I was wondering about this too. I have a database-heavy,
performance-sensitive app in mind. It will serve approximately the same
logic over both a raw UDP socket and an HTML5 app generating its pages on
the fly. I know that sounds odd but some users still have ordinary phones
on cheap data contracts. Interactions between all these people are
initiated by one of them, whereupon I need to haul their data out of the
DB, process it as some kind of state-machine in a thread set up for the
interaction, and then log the gossip to the DB afterwards. I'll probably
use postgres if nothing speaks against it cos it'll be a linux server and
mysql is considered buggier and slower under load.

So I have three questions:
* can I use postgres from Haskell?
* which Haskell framework should I go for?
* how's the performance likely to be if I hit postgres from Haskell instead
of C?


On 21 May 2013 16:47, Vlatko Basic <vlatko.ba...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'd like to start using web pages as the UI for apps. I found out for
> yesod, snapp and happstack as the candidates.
> Would you recommend any of them as better for app ui (not "classical" web
> pages)? Or maybe another one?
> thanks,
> vlatko
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