[erlang-questions] What websites/webapps use Erlang?
Wed Dec 17 03:03:04 CET 2008
Another suggestion (admittedly my own creation):
The Mock Exchange: A Stock Market Simulation
Laszlo front-end exchanging XML with an Erlang server via
a Rest API, using Mnesia; for example: http://www.themockexchange.com:
It's using my own webserver - Pranayama (http://code.google.com/p/
tMX is hosted on a 1/4 Gb virtual server running Fedora 7 so you
it a bit pokey.
Looking forward to that wiki.
On 16-Dec-08, at 7:11 PM, Michael McDaniel wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 16, 2008 at 04:07:49PM -0800, Daniel Cer wrote:
>> I'm building a wiki that documents what languages, frameworks, and
>> libraries are being used by various websites & webapps. One of the
>> goals of the project is to highlight the diverse set of languages and
>> other components that people use to power their sites.
>> Right now, I'm in the process of searching out and adding Erlang
>> webapps. So far, I've found about half a dozen apps (since it
>> might be
>> of interest to some people here, the Erlang sites I've found are
>> posted at the bottom of this e-mail).
>> Does anyone here have an Erlang powered website or webapp? If you do,
>> would you mind sharing the URL and what other support components
>> you're using (e.g, ErlyWeb, Erlang-Web, MochiWeb, Mnesia, etc.)?
>> Thanks, Dan
>> The current list of Erlang powered sites:
>> Beer Riot - Community beer review and enthusiast site.
>> Vimagi - Social/collaborative painting site
>> Twoorl - A twitter like micro-blogging service
>> MochiBot – Flash tracking and monitoring service
>> Mochiads – Flash game advertising and distribution service
>> DayFindr - Collaborative scheduling webapp
> Written with Erlang-Web (erlang-web.org), a picture gallery of a trip
> I took.
> The thumbnails are quick, full-size pictures download slow. I
> need to
> resize them to be a bit smaller.
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