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PolyConf 14: Hybrid server/client Haskell web apps / Michael Snoyman

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Published on Nov 14, 2014

Haskell is well known for its strong, static type system. Javascript, by contrast, is a dynamic, weakly typed language. While they share some functional features, the two languages are quite different. But when we write a web app with a Haskell backend, these worlds inevitably collide. How do we bridge these two worlds?

In this talk, we'll cover some of the common techniques, including Haskell to JS compilers and well defined cross-language APIs. We'll also describe ways in which we can keep the benefits of strong typing, even when interacting with code that ignores types entirely.

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