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spago build && npm install

spago build

spago bundle-app --main Main --to dist/app.js && ./node_modules/.bin/parcel build html/index.html

spago bundle-app --main Main --to dist/app.js --watch

rm -rf .cache .spago node_modules .psci_modules output dist

./node_modules/.bin/http-server dist

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# Mado

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<!doctype html>

<html lang="en">
<meta charset="utf-8">
<title>Halogen Basic</title>
<script src="../dist/app.js"></script>

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"name": "purescript-halogen-mado",
"version": "1.0.0",
"description": "Halogen Modal Component",
"main": "index.js",
"directories": {
"test": "test"
"repository": {
"type": "git",
"url": ""
"keywords": [],
"author": "",
"license": "ISC",
"devDependencies": {
"parcel-bundler": "^1.12.4",
"http-server": "^0.12.1"

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Welcome to your new Dhall package-set!

Below are instructions for how to edit this file for most use
cases, so that you don't need to know Dhall to use it.

## Warning: Don't Move This Top-Level Comment!

Due to how `dhall format` currently works, this comment's
instructions cannot appear near corresponding sections below
because `dhall format` will delete the comment. However,
it will not delete a top-level comment like this one.

## Use Cases

Most will want to do one or both of these options:
1. Override/Patch a package's dependency
2. Add a package not already in the default package set

This file will continue to work whether you use one or both options.
Instructions for each option are explained below.

### Overriding/Patching a package

- Change a package's dependency to a newer/older release than the
default package set's release
- Use your own modified version of some dependency that may
include new API, changed API, removed API by
using your custom git repo of the library rather than
the package set's repo

Replace the overrides' "{=}" (an empty record) with the following idea
The "//" or "⫽" means "merge these two records and
when they have the same value, use the one on the right:"
let override =
{ packageName =
upstream.packageName // { updateEntity1 = "new value", updateEntity2 = "new value" }
, packageName =
upstream.packageName // { version = "v4.0.0" }
, packageName =
upstream.packageName // { repo = "" }

let overrides =
{ halogen =
upstream.halogen // { version = "master" }
, halogen-vdom =
upstream.halogen-vdom // { version = "v4.0.0" }

### Additions

- Add packages that aren't already included in the default package set

Replace the additions' "{=}" (an empty record) with the following idea:
let additions =
{ package-name =
{ dependencies =
[ "dependency1"
, "dependency2"
, repo =
, version =
"tag ('v4.0.0') or branch ('master')"
, package-name =
{ dependencies =
[ "dependency1"
, "dependency2"
, repo =
, version =
"tag ('v4.0.0') or branch ('master')"
, etc.

let additions =
{ benchotron =
{ dependencies =
[ "arrays"
, "exists"
, "profunctor"
, "strings"
, "quickcheck"
, "lcg"
, "transformers"
, "foldable-traversable"
, "exceptions"
, "node-fs"
, "node-buffer"
, "node-readline"
, "datetime"
, "now"
, repo =
, version =

let upstream = sha256:3a52562e05b31a7b51d12d5b228ccbe567c527781a88e9028ab42374ab55c0f1

let overrides = {=}

let additions = {=}

in upstream // overrides // additions

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Welcome to a Spago project!
You can edit this file as you like.
{ name = "purescript-halogen-mado"
, dependencies =
[ "console"
, "effect"
, "halogen"
, "psci-support"
, "routing"
, "routing-duplex"
, packages = ./packages.dhall
, sources = [ "src/**/*.purs", "test/**/*.purs" ]

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module Component.Title where

import Prelude

-- Halogen
import Halogen as H
import Halogen.HTML as HH

component :: forall q i o m. H.Component HH.HTML q i o m
component =
{ initialState: identity
, render
, eval: H.mkEval H.defaultEval

render :: forall state action m. state -> H.ComponentHTML action () m
render _ =
HH.h1_ [ HH.text "Hello, World!" ]

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module Main where

import Prelude

-- Components
import Component.Title as Title
-- Effect
import Effect ( Effect )
-- Halogen
import Halogen.Aff as HA
import Halogen.VDom.Driver ( runUI )

main :: Effect Unit
main = HA.runHalogenAff do
body <- HA.awaitBody
runUI Title.component unit body

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module Test.Main where

import Prelude

import Effect (Effect)
import Effect.Class.Console (log)

main :: Effect Unit
main = do
log "🍝"
log "You should add some tests."