Web EDSL for running in browsers and server nodes using transient https://github.com/transient-haskell/axiom
|Latest on Hackage:||0.4.4|
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The source code can be executed in the commmand line if you have docker installed.
Axiom (the new name of ghcjs-hplay) is also the Web user interface of Transient. The Web functionality of transient will be called Axiom, like the cruise starship of Wall-e. Axiom is made to let you navigate the universe of nodes in the cloud trough your browser while you are comfortably seated in your hoverchair.
Unlike his predecessor, hplayground, Axiom has full integration with Transient and can run widgets that run code on the server, the client or both.
Axiom execute browser widgets that are reactive, can be composed monadically and algebraically (applicative, alternative, monoidal..). At the same time they participate in cloud computations. A widget can execute code in the server and, trough the server, in any node on the cloud using the same cloud primitives defined in transient-universe. The example applications include widgets that perform distributed map-reduce and federated chat servers as well as stream fibonacci numbers from server to client and from client to server.
To see how it integrates with Transient and how to create client-server applications, see the web paragraphs of the transient tutorial.
Axiom is in the process of becoming a Server-side as well as Client-side library for creating Web application. The last release support page templates for the creation of server-side content.
In the future it will manage routes in the server side besides client side, and will generate dinamic HTML content in the server as well as in the client.