[erlang-questions] Suggestions for easy to use super stable lightweight http server?

Heinz N. Gies <>
Wed Dec 21 16:45:41 CET 2011


I can double that, 
cowboy is pretty stable, the changes in the file were AFAIK only improvements to the interface that extended the functionality not change it. Also that said I was using misultin before (admitedly a pretty old version like 6 month old) and updating broke my entire code to a point where migrating was less effort.
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Heinz N. Gies

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On Dec 21, 2011, at 15:01, Tom Burdick wrote:

> I've been using cowboy for close to 3 months now for a project.
> Nothing I've written has had to change. That doesn't mean there is any
> guarantee things won't change (it isn't 1.x yet after all right?) but
> I'd say cowboy's api is relatively stable at this point. Loic would
> know best though!
> 
> If you like webmachine cowboy has the rest logic from webmachine in it
> now written in plain english. See cowboy_http_rest.erl. You can pretty
> much take the webmachine documentation and apply it to cowboy with a
> few differences. Its also about 2-3x faster in my experience.
> 
> -Tom
> 
> On Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 7:39 AM, Zabrane Mickael <> wrote:
>> 
>> On Dec 21, 2011, at 2:34 PM, Max Bourinov wrote:
>> 
>> Yeh... Cowboy sounds good, but it has two days old commits on http request
>> functions.
>> 
>> 
>> Cowboy is actively maintained, that's why.
>> I don't think the changes will break anything.
>> 
>> This seems not very cool to me... I really afraid to take it to production.
>> 
>> 
>> Maybe Essen (cowboy's author) can comment on that.
>> 
>> Regards,
>> Zabrane
>> 
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