Wed Jun 27 08:07:26 EDT 2018
So basically, I have a way to write web applications in Erlang, but it
is still quite cumbersome. The price of "reactivity" is high.
The alternative is to use full page reloads and form submits.
Or, write a model in Haskell, and compile it down to an Erlang
representation of the same thing?
How about this for a hack:
- Create a haskell node that can call into Erlang
- Have erlang load file, parse it, push it into Haskell
- Let Haskell map the syntax onto code
This way it might be possible to write in a subset of Erlang that can
be typed and tested with Haskell overlay.