Describing Microservices using Modern Haskell (Experience Report)
We present Mu, a domain specific language to describe and develop microservices in Haskell. At its core, Mu provides a type level representation of schemas, which we leverage in various ways. These schemas can be automatically imported from industry-standard interface definition languages.
Mu uses many of the type level extensions to GHC, and techniques such as (data type) generic programming and attribute grammars. Apart from the description of the library, we discuss a series of shortcomings in current GHC/Haskell, mostly related to the friendliness of the exposed library interface once complex types enter the scene.
Thu 27 AugDisplayed time zone: Eastern Time (US & Canada) change
11:30 - 13:00
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Sander Kamps Open University of the Netherlands, Netherlands, Bastiaan Heeren Open University of the Netherlands, Netherlands, Johan Jeuring Open University of the Netherlands, NetherlandsDOI
|Describing Microservices using Modern Haskell (Experience Report)
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