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A minimal example for a REST-API-server written with servant and a test-suite using servant-client
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README.md

This is a very minimal example of a project that uses

  • servant to specify a REST API,
  • servant-server to implement a server,
  • hspec and servant-client for the test-suite.

To set up the project and run the test-suite, do:

stack setup
stack test --fast

To execute the test-suite faster while developing, do:

chmod go-w .ghci .
stack exec ghci test/Spec.hs

and then at the ghci prompt do:

:main

to run the tests and

:r
:main

to reload the code (after making changes) and run the tests again.

To run the app, do:

stack exec example-servant-minimal

Then you can query the server like this:

curl localhost:3000/item
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