The Ocsigen project already includes Eliom, a web programming framework for the Ocaml language. Eliom provides a solid and extensive foundation for building highly dynamic sites. Litiom aims to complement Eliom, offering higher-level modules codifying a number of common patterns found in web sites. (The name of the project comes from the fact that Lithium follows Helium in the periodic table of elements).
Presently, the library includes only the Litiom_type module, which contains facilities for improving modularity and abstraction in Eliom applications.
The build system relies on OASIS. The customary sequence of ./configure, make, and make install is used to build and install the library. Run make doc to generate the API documentation.
Download version 2.0: litiom-2.0.tgz (2012-12-19)
You can browse the Ocamldoc generated API documentation online. Note that it is assumed that the reader is comfortable with the Lwt and Eliom libraries.