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Eliom is a framework for programming web sites and client/server web or mobile applications. It uses very new concepts making programming very different from all other web programming tools, and allowing to write a complex web site in very few lines of code. Both server and client parts of the program are written in OCaml, as a single program. It implements a powerful session mechanism and makes it possible to write functional reactive Web pages.

Eliom 5.0

2016-01-28

We are very happy to announce the release 5.0 of Eliom.

The release introduces the following major features:

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We have additionally worked on various smaller bugfixes and improvements, including:

  • Nicer form APIs, now available under Eliom_content.Html5.D.Form (and F.Form)
  • Patches to significantly reduce the size of request data
  • Compatibility with TyXML 3.6, Js_of_ocaml 2.7, and reactiveData 0.2

Resources:

Demos

Features

  • Integrated client and server side programming with automatic bidirectional communication
  • Mixes traditional Web interaction with very dynamic client side features
  • Dynamic creation of services
  • Static checking of HTML
  • Automatic management of sessions
  • Concise and modular programming

Documentation

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Browse the documentation:

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  • Error a_api: exception Wiki_dir.Undefined

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