Blog articles tagged 'howto'

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on 10/17/2017 2:10 AM
If you used Haskell for some time you probably have seen Hoogle and used the Haddock Documentations before. But what if you want to take those with you (say you have no WiFi)? I like to install both things locally and stack is a really nice and quick way [...]
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on 8/19/2015 8:01 AM
There’s an excellent and practical write-up on configuring an EC2 container to host a WordPress site here.  But there are a few minor amplifications I’d add.  So I thought I’d write them up here. 1.) As some folks noted in the comments, you should assign [...]
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on 7/17/2015 5:56 AM
In a previous post on F# data access I dropped a hint about a functional way of handling invalid arguments. The code in question looked like this. let insertLocation city state = if state |> String.length >= 2 then DataAccess.createLocation c[...]
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on 7/9/2015 2:09 PM
One of my biggest hurdles when starting with F# was how I should structure an actual application. There was documentation for individual libraries and scripts but not so much for app structure this post by Scott Wlaschin is fantastic, but is at a differe[...]
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on 6/23/2015 3:59 AM
I wanted to play with ØMQ since @ph_j got me excited about it on the DWX15 last week. This is the result after a rainy lunch-break: Just a quick post on how I got ØMQ working on Windows with Haskell and .net/C# ;) Install / Windows First I grabbed the ins[...]
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on 3/5/2015 12:30 AM
This is a outline of how you can setup a simple RESTlike client/server communication using WebAPI and Restsharp. As you will see F# records are great for this: equality out of the box, read-only by default but still nicely serializeable. I hosted the code[...]
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on 1/5/2015 1:16 AM
This is just a short howto as I think it might come handy, as I struggled a bit on some points. I needed a simple way to self-host a REST-like service (returning XML data) with fine control on the structure of the results. I had a look at Nancy and others[...]
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on 1/23/2014 1:46 PM
Introduction I want to try some real life style CRUD applications with Haskell and co. To do this I wanted to install PostgreSQL as I heard lot’s of good stuff about it. Disclaimer I am in no way an expert … Weiterlesen →
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