Haste File Templating
Haste is a modern, faster Haskell compiler written in and for Haskell, using the GHC compiler pipeline and LLVM for code generation.
#What is Haste?
Haste is a Haskell-based file templating engine that allows developers to build static web pages, text documents, and other types of files by using embedded Haskell expressions within a template file. Haste provides a clean and efficient way of generating code that avoids common pitfalls of traditional string manipulation methods.
#Haste Key Features
Some of the most recognizable features of Haste include:
- Lightweight and fast
- Supports both Haskell expressions and text literals
- Provides a simple and expressive syntax for template authors
- Supports template inheritance and composition
- Offers a wide range of helper functions for string manipulation, date formatting, and more
- Can be easily integrated into existing Haskell projects
Haste can be used in a variety of use-cases, including:
- Generating static web pages, such as documentation or landing pages
- Building text documents, such as reports or invoices
- Generating code, such as configuration files or boilerplate code for new projects
- Building email templates or other types of textual content
- Automating repetitive string manipulation tasks
- Providing a way to generate custom output formats for command-line tools or other programs
Haste is a lightweight and fast file templating engine that allows developers to easily build static web pages, text documents, and other types of files by using embedded Haskell expressions within a template file. It provides a simple and expressive syntax for template authors, and can be easily integrated into existing Haskell projects.