# Example Projects

  • [example-servant-minimal](https://github.com/haskell-servant/example-servant-minimal):

    A minimal example for a web server written using servant-server, including a test-suite using [hspec](http://hspec.github.io/) and servant-client.

  • [servant-examples](https://github.com/sras/servant-examples):

    Similar to [the cookbook](https://haskell-servant.readthedocs.io/en/latest/cookbook/index.html) but with no explanations, for developers who just want to look at code examples to find out how to do X or Y with servant.

  • [stack-templates](https://github.com/commercialhaskell/stack-templates)

    Repository for templates for haskell projects, including some templates using servant. These templates can be used with stack new.

  • [custom-monad](https://github.com/themoritz/diener):

    A custom monad that can replace IO in servant applications. It adds among other things logging functionality and a reader monad (for database connections). A full usage example of servant/diener is also provided.

  • [example-servant-elm](https://github.com/haskell-servant/example-servant-elm):

    An example for a project consisting of

  • [servant-purescript](https://github.com/eskimor/servant-purescript/tree/master/examples/central-counter):

    An example consisting of

  • [example-servant-persistent](https://github.com/haskell-servant/example-servant-persistent):

    An example for a web server written with servant-server and [persistent](https://www.stackage.org/package/persistent) for writing data into a database.

  • [full-example-servant-elm-auth-yeshql-postgresql](https://github.com/aRkadeFR/FlashCard):

    A full open source website written with servant-server, yeshql, postgresql and elm 0.19.

  • [import Servant github search](https://github.com/search?q=%22import+Servant%22+language%3AHaskell&type=Code)

    It has thousands of results and can be a good way to see how people use servant in their projects or even to discover servant-related libraries.