[erlang-questions] Webmachine pass-off to Misultin/Cowboy

Kenny Stone kennethstone@REDACTED
Sun May 29 23:24:29 CEST 2011

Nitrogen could be a solution. Nitrogen supports webmachine as a backend and
comet for push messaging to the client.  No websockets, though the
advantages of websockets over comet is probably only seen when you need high

I asked the nitrogen list about using it for push messaging behind a rails
app but didn't get a response.

On Sun, May 29, 2011 at 4:01 PM, Tristan Sloughter <
tristan.sloughter@REDACTED> wrote:

> I was curious if anyone has used Misultin or Cowboy in someway with
> Webmachine to handle websockets? My thinking is Webmachine handles
> everything but when an upgrade request is received it passes off the socket
> to Misultin or Cowboy.
> I ask this since websockets don't exactly fit the Webmachine way of doing
> things but it would be nice to use Webmachine for everything else. Which was
> also expressed by everyone on the webmachine mailing list when I asked about
> use of websockets in Webmachine.
> But maybe I'm going about this all wrong...
> Tristan
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