jvm, you can call any method known to the JVM from Haskell. With
inline-java, you can moreover call these methods in Java syntax, embedded in your source files.
HyperHaskell is a graphical Haskell interpreter (REPL), not unlike GHCi, but hopefully more awesome. You use worksheets to enter expressions and evaluate them. Results are displayed using HTML.
The cookiecutter template creates a simple Haskell web API service that does all of these things: logging with logging-effect, monitoring with Prometheus, continuous integration with CircleCI, tests with Tasty, deployment by building a Docker image, and command-line parsing with optparse-applicative.
Inspired by the book Write Yourself a Scheme in 48 Hours, I decide to write myself a simple Wolfram Language-like interpreter to learn more about Haskell as well as achieve a deeper understanding about Wolfram Language.
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