feedback: What kept me from trying out Wasp is the custom language for a single tool and that the tool is written in Haskell (which I don't know or use)
I have been meaning to dig in to see how Wasp is similar & different from
Can users supply their own templates?
06/29/2022, 1:19 PM
CUE looks really interesting, I’d love to dig deeper into it 🙂 Re Haskell - that is actually only under-the-hood, for the contributors building the compiler, the end-user only needs to know JS (React & Node.js)
So re templates, you’d probably use React components for that
@Tony Worm btw one language development question 😄 How do you get GitHub to “recognize” CUE language as a language in this bar?
What if I want to use Vue vs React, or I need a specialized query against the database?
I was using https://goa.design and it was because the author didn't want to support user customized templates that
Thanks! ah sorry, just now got that you are building hof (starred it!) using CUE, thought you were behind CUE initially 🙂
About react vs Vue, for now we support only React, but the “big vision” for the future would be the support all the main UI libs/langs (Vue, React, Svelte, …)
For DB layer we are using Prisma (https://www.prisma.io/), so their SDK is used for forming queries.
06/29/2022, 6:41 PM
These are just examples, the point is that customization is almost always required for "low-code" created applications. One place for that in template driven code generation is the templates themselves. Mostly wondering if that can be done with Wasp? It was an important design consideration for
, more so that the templates be external to the tool.
By moving them out, it opens the door for an ecosystem to evolve