[erlang-questions] Sock.js and Cowboy - Example
Fri Aug 17 00:35:49 CEST 2012
There's no reason to use ZeroMQ and Erlang together. Erlang provides the
same functionality out of the box but has a different way of doing it:
See these articles:
I'd recommend looking at gproc.
On Mon, Aug 13, 2012 at 12:12 PM, Michael Truog <> wrote:
> On 08/13/2012 10:59 AM, Jai Gupta wrote:
> Here's the answer to your question on SockJS mailing list:
> Thank you Marek for your detailed answer.
> Both Sock.js and Cowboy are great projects and it was good experience of
> having opportunity of using them.
> I am trying to write some reasons so that you and can give your
> - We aim to build a benchmarking client for performance analysis. This
> tool should be able to perform all sorts of actives that any user might do.
> Both, with SockJS & Cowboy do not have a client which I could use. SocketIO
> had a client which could be used in Node.js. However, SocketIO port of
> Erlang is looking as if it is not in active development.
> - Coming from C++/PHP background Erlang language is looking difficult.
> Working on Node.js was natural but performance of Node.js is not good. In
> our benchmark Node.js was performing 40k msg/sec using SockJS module and
> around 60k msg/sec when using ZeroMQ. Even PHP gives 400K msg/sec with
> ZeroMQ (although it has leaking memory<https://github.com/mkoppanen/php-zmq/issues/64>
> We are trying some basic prototype on other languages.
> It is much better if you use https://github.com/zeromq/erlzmq2 for
> Erlang<->ZeroMQ integration.
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