Airship is a Haskell library for handling and serving HTTP requests in a RESTful fashion. It is heavily inspired by Webmachine and works with any WAI-compatible web server such as Warp. It aims to be small, fast, and flexible.
How does it work?
Airship resources are represented with a
Resource record type. Each field in
Resource corresponds to an action taken in the Webmachine decision tree. Airship provides a
defaultResource with sensible defaults for each of these actions; you build web services by overriding fields in the default resource with your own.
Routes are declared with a simple monadic syntax:
routes = do root #> someRootResource "account" </> var "name" #> accountResource
For a simple example that handles HTTP GET and POST requests, please check
example/Basic.hs. For a slightly more involved example that generates HTML and manages a pool of resources, please check the blimp repository.
Airship is copyright © 2015 Helium Systems, Inc., and released to the public under the terms of the MIT license.
- Bump upper bound on http-types due to stackage.
- Handle unspecified content-type (#107)
- Unroll internal webmachine monad (#108)
- Support for GHC 8.2.1
- Various bugfixes