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Full-stack Haskell + CIS194 Review

  • Sep 4, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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Haste: Full-Stack Haskell for non-PhD Candidates by Erin Swenson-Healey

In this presentation, I'll present a survey of Haste (, a dialect of the Haskell programming language that compiles to either browser-runnable JavaScript or a server-side binary plus a browser-runnable JavaScript application. Examples include: DOM manipulation, event handling, Ajax, interfacing with LocalStorage, integration with existing JavaScript libraries and integrating existing JavaScript with Haste-generated JavaScript. A cursory explanation of Haskell syntax will be provided; no prior experience with the language required.

CIS 194

Let's work through 12 weeks of Brent Yorgey's (UPenn) excellent Introduction to Haskell course. We'll get together every-other week (start date dependent on how long it takes us to get 5 or so people) to compare answers to the homework and for general discussion.

Link to lectures and assignments here:

For our first meetup, we'll do intros and then I'll give an overview of the course. We'll spend some time getting your development environment up and running - so please, bring your laptop!

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