emanote.obeliskgives life to your plain-text notes. Like Neuron, it supports Markdown, wiki-links and folgezettel (see 📓 Zettelkasten). Unlike neuron, emanote’s website is fully dynamic (it uses Obelisk underneath), thus has the potential for doing many interesting things that neuron’s statically generated cannot easily.
The recommended way to get started with writing reflex apps is via Obelisk … or reflex-stone if you do not want a backend server.
Obelisk tutorial, Markdown preview with Reflex
We will not work directly with GHCJS, however, and instead will use the Reflex-FRP library, through the excellent Obelisk full-stack framework.
Cerveau, a future-proof web app for notes
Announcing Ema - Static Sites in Haskell
A brief F# exploration
Haskell’s GHCJS (esp. when used with Obelisk) satisfies all of this, but there is one pain-point: the future of GHCJS (which has not been updated in a year) and Reflex seems to be in the hands of one small company, Obsidian Systems.