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Tutorial: A Guide to the Hakyll Module Zoo

The hakyll package contains a bewildering array of modules, and it’s hard to know where to look when you are just getting started – especially since many of them are mostly just used by Hakyll internally and not that useful to website authors. This guide provides a quick reference to the contents of the most important and useful modules.

Core modules

These are the modules containing the fundamental tools and concepts you need to get started building a site with hakyll.

Pre-packaged solutions

These modules contain some “pre-packaged” solutions for common situations. They can be used as-is, or their source can be used as inspiration for your own tools.

Useful utilities

Advanced customization

Other tutorials

The other tutorials can be found here.

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