[erlang-questions] What websites/webapps use Erlang?
Thu Dec 18 01:56:02 CET 2008
heysan use erlang!
gateways to MSN / AIM / Yahoo / GTalk (we didn't do s2s here) / MySpace / ICQ
we're also converting our jabber client (currently java) to use erlang
for the jabber coms part and use java for the in memory storage of our
users sessions (ongoing conversations, etc). We're using jinterface to
make java an erlang node.
2008/12/17 Mats Westin <>:
> http://www.streamfile.com - File sharing, think http://rapidshare.com,
> http://tinyurl.com and streaming.
> Using Yaws 1.68.
> On Wed, Dec 17, 2008 at 1:07 AM, 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 big
>> 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
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