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High traffic sites
Front Row Education. Every web request is served by Haskell. The application students learn Math with has a large volume of users and a lot of requests. Yesod doesn't use much CPU. The DB is the bottleneck.
DoxIQ: Document viewing analytics. Every document view creates multiple requests to Yesod for analytics. When a document is popular and seeing thousands of views in a short time frame, Yesod keep operating smoothly.
Yesod applications that you can run locally.
- LambdaCMS: A CMS that you can extend with subsites
- HsCms: A CMS (Content Management System)
- Difftimeline: See your Git repository in a new way
- git-annex assistant
- notmuch (e-mail search) mail client
- TKYProf: a ghc profiling visualizer
- Gitit2: A wiki using Git or Darcs as persistent storage
- wikit: A wiki using Git for storage.
- hledger-web: The web interface for the hledger accounting tool.
- yackage (github): A personal Hackage serving for testing new packages.
- Kestrel: A Wiki clone. This site has been published as a home customized to a university department (Seitoku University Junior College).
- ghci in a browser
- Gonito.net: An open platform for machine learning competitions.
The following sites are powered by Yesod. Feel free to add your own to the list:
- Budzu: Cannabis information site featuring user submitted prices
- Weedreporter: News site featuring cannabis news
- Snowdrift.coop: sustainable funding for open source projects
- BayesHive: Web application for Bayesian statistical computing
- FP Complete School of Haskell
- Haskellers (github): Professional network of Haskell programmers.
- Docmunch: Understand data in your documents
- Bitlove.org: Web interface to automated podcast distribution via BitTorrent
- PlanIt9: Plan, schedule and track project tasks.
- TFoo: a five in a row game
- packdeps: Track outdated Hackage dependencies.
- paccrat.org: the PEG parser-generator for C
- Licentious: Commits a chosen license to a GitHub repository.
- eatnutrients.com: Nutrition search & visualization site
- Tutorial (spanish): Yesod tutorial (in spanish), it cover all minimal functionalities to make a site. Has real production site and github repository.
- Luach: English and Hebrew anniversary reminders.
- PaperServer: Online journal article management (github).
- Mythic Beasts: UK-based hosting provider
- TED2srt: Download bilingual subtitles of TED talks (github).
- CapitalMadrid: Spanish newsletter specialising in economic and financial information.
- Visual: An image gallery using persistent-mongoDB and zimg (github).
- Carnival: thoughtbot's blog comments are powered by a Yesod app called Carnival (github).
- DoHaskell: A site collecting and tagging resources for learning the Haskell programming language (github).
- glot.io: A pastebin with runnable snippets (github).
- slnk.me: A URL shortener.
- Business-Clicks.de uses Yesod to store, display and filter exemplary prices of German online printing services.
Personal web sites
- Patrick Brisbin (github), might be of interest for those wanting to create a blog.
- Blake Rain
- Pascal Wittmann (github)
- Corey O'Connor
- Peter Robinson
- Suhail Shergill
- Toby Goodwin
- Chris Swires: Includes some simple tutorials.
- Garry Cairns: Includes a tutorial for getting started with Yesod on Docker (Github)
- Alexej Bondarenko