Coltrane, a jazzy Haskell web framework

I’m excited to open-source Coltrane, a minimal web framework for Haskell. Coltrane is inspired by Ruby’s Sinatra framework, and is named after the legendary jazz saxophonist John Coltrane.

The framework lets you create simple Haskell web applications with just a few lines of code. Yuanfeng Peng and I made Coltrane as a final class project, and now it’ll live in the open on GitHub. Coltrane is also now on Hackage, and can be installed using the cabal package manager using the command:

 cabal install coltrane

Check out the GitHub page for more information, documentation, and code examples – and maybe even put on some Coltrane while you’re at it.


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