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Hi there! 👋
It’s time we talk a bit about modern web development.
Somehow we have forgotten that the browser is actually pretty good at displaying HTML.
With this technology shift it’s time for a new, modern take on serverside web application development.
With IHP we did that. It’s our new take on this. A new, modern framework to show how productive and stable serverside rendering can be.
We poured together the best ideas from frontend tooling and mixed them with strong type safety, a functional programing approach, and the best package manager.
IHP is the result of two thoughts: highest quality software is built on solid foundations and the future of web applications is going to be strongly focused on server side rendering.
We’re happy to give you an early look at it. While it’s still in beta, IHP is already used in production by digitally induced and several of our friends and partners :-)
* We can also send you some IHP stickers. Just ask :)
With Haskell and Nix we use the most reliable technologies available, to make sure your application will never crash because of Null Pointer Exceptions.
If you like TypeScript, you will love IHP.
While haskell is a compiled language, the built-in dev server automatically reloads your code changes using the fastest way possible. Changes are reflected instantly. Just like good old PHP.
Watch it in action:
Code Generators will help you to quickly build things even when you have no professional haskell experience yet. Pick up haskell by building real world applications.
Like React's JSX. Write html code in your haskell files. This will be transformed to actual type-checked haskell code at compile time.
Lot's of frameworks are already gone a year after launch. Especially in the fast moving JS world. But don't worry about IHP. We have been using it at digitally induced since 2017. It's actively used by us and our friends and partners. Even without external contributors we will build new features and do periodic maintaince releases in the future. We have big plans for IHP and as a profitable and independent software company we have the ability to actually execute them over the longterm.
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