[erlang-questions] Web Framework dilemma

Edmond Begumisa <>
Thu May 26 14:34:09 CEST 2011

I'd say Yaws.

Because it's less focused on the "framework" part and more on programming  
part, which sounds more like what you need at this point. I personally  
found doodling a few web-apps with Yaws very educative when I was starting  
out (which is not so long ago).

- Edmond -

On Thu, 26 May 2011 20:17:09 +1000, Giovanni Giorgi <> wrote:

> Hi all,
>  I  am new to Erlang.
> I have studied it on this great  book "Erlang Programming A Concurrent
> Approach to Software Development"
>  http://gioorgi.com/2009/erlang-book/
> I am a 12 years java software architect, so I liked a lot the Erlang
> functional approach because concurrency is an evil beast on
> java/C++/python/Smalltalk...all languages I have used a bit.
> Now I'd like to play with some erlang web framework.
> I have read somethign here
> <http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1794994/considering-an-erlang-web-framework-to-learn-and-use-in-production>
> I'd like to try a web framework which follows the erlang-way-of-life,
> which can teach me the erlang programming model.
> What do you suggest to me?
> I get a bit stuck on webmachine for lack of examples.
> Thank you!

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