This category is for discussing web development in OCaml, with some of the major pieces of this puzzle being:
Eliom is a more full-featured framework for server or client-server Web and mobile app development, from the Ocsigen project. It turns OCaml (or Reason) into a multitier language, which simplifies a lot the communication between client and server. It makes it possible to write both the Web and mobile apps (Android, iOS …) with the exact same code. It contains an advanced session mechanism and provides functional reactive interface programming using React.
ocaml-vdom is an implementation of the Elm Architecture for js_of_ocaml.
reason-react is high-level BuckleScript bindings to React (Reason is, as the name suggests, recommended but not actually required.)
bucklescript-tea is an implementation of the Elm Architecture for BuckleScript.
Ocsigen Toolkit a client-server toolkit taking advantage of Eliom’s multitier language.
Ocsigen Start a template for easily build your first multi-platform (Web and mobile) app.
Ocsigen Tyxml a library for building statically correct HTML5 and SVG documents.
Ocsigen Server a full featured and extensible Web server, with CGI, authentication, access control, reverse proxy, user pages, etc. Now based on cohttp.