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Powerful Haskell Editor
Multiplayer (Pair programming)
Elastic compute for huge projects
Monthly Price Per User
Coming in 2022
I am Bit Connor and I have been passionate about Haskell for many years.
I think the language offers a fresh perspective to programming that distinguishes it from other popular languages.
Haskell is a niche programming language, but slowly it is growing in popularity as more developers and companies
realize the benefits of statically typed, pure functional programming.
Unfortunately, for a long time there has been no good development environment (IDE) for Haskell programmers.
This is a shame because Haskell is a statically typed language, and so the compiler has wealth of information
available to it about the program that could be made available through an IDE. The potential for a high quality
IDE experience for Haskell is huge.
Recently, there have been significant improvements in Haskell tooling thanks to efforts such as
haskell-language-server. These efforts
show great promise and show what can be possible with proper tooling. With Hexgrip, I am taking an alternative
approach, building a commercial IDE from scratch that is designed from the ground up around Haskell's unique strengths
and functional coding style.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Haskell?
Haskell is a general purpose, functional programming computer language.
You can find more information and learn more at haskell.org