Tell Your Friends!
New Free Community Edition of FP Haskell Center is Now
FP Complete™ is excited to announce we are now offering a free
community edition of FP Haskell Center™. To get it, all you need to do is login. Instantly
you can start learning, developing and sharing Haskell code. Within
the IDE you can open projects directly from Git, or the web. The
free subscription also includes continuous display of type and
error information and type autocompletion, Hoogle and Haddock
integration, an easy to use build system, easy to understand error
messages as well as vetted and stable libraries. By providing this
free edition of FP Haskell Center, FP Complete is making it easier
than ever to explore and share the benefits of Haskell.
For Haskell developers seeking more features like the ability to
push projects to Git and GitHub, full Git integration, or access to
a private repository, you can upgrade to our Personal edition for
$9.99 a month. If you are a commercial developer of Haskell we
offer a Professional edition starting at $75 a month which includes
shared team accounts, support for sub projects, FP Application
Server™ access, multiple repository projects as well as a
commercial use license. Feel free to try a paid edition for 30 days
for free before you buy.
2.2 Feature Upgrades
With our most recent round of upgrades we have made FP Haskell
Center more accessible than ever and interaction within the IDE
even more responsive.
In addition to providing a free edition of FP Haskell Center,
we’ve also streamlined the registration process to make account
generation easier. We’ve added a one-click project cloning
capability to make the sharing of your projects from your personal
blogs even easier. From the IDE, once you’re ready to share a
project, all you need to do is select the social media outlet you’d
like to post to and you can instantly link to your project for
feedback and collaboration.Within the School of Haskell, you now
have the ability to embed YouTube videos into tutorials giving you
the opportunity to make tutorials even more dynamic. To further
integrate the School of Haskell with our IDE, we’ve made it so you
can open active code from tutorials directly in the IDE. Now you
can externally open a project into FP Haskell Center with /ide
route: ?git for git cloning, ?paste for lpaste integration, or you
could open a new, empty project.
To make interaction within the IDE more responsive we’ve
- Search/replace in editor
- Code search/grep
- Subexpression type information lookup
- Better error handling, Faster save/error message results
As always, we look forward to your feedback. Our goal is to make
FP Haskell Center an invaluable resource for you. If there is a
feature you’d like to see added, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
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