Simple is “framework-less” web framework for Haskell web applications. Unlike many other frameworks, Simple does not enforce a particular structure or paradigm for web applications. Rather, Simple provides enough infrastructure to help you create your own patterns (or re-create existing ones). Simple is minimalist, providing a lightweight base. Everything else (e.g. sessions, controllers, persistence, caching) is provided in composable units, so you can include only the ones you need in your app, and easily replace with your own components.
If you already have Haskell setup, you can install and create your first application with just a few simple commands:
$ cabal install simple $ smpl create test_app $ cd test_app $ cabal install --only-dependencies $ cabal run
You can now navigate to your web app at http://localhost:3000!
You can expand your app with a persistent datastore, session data, templates and more. Build a fully function blog in the Getting Started Tutorial!