[erlang-questions] Developing killer / open source apps
Tue Nov 26 09:11:16 CET 2013
go-qml(https://github.com/niemeyer/qml) implement a bridge from golang to
QT QUICK, hope erl-qml cames out soon.
2011/8/6 Daniel Goertzen <>
> How about interfacing Erlang to the Qt UI library?
> I don't mean a convential binding like wxErlang or PyQt, but components to
> facilitate message passing between Erlang and a Qt port program or NIF
> thread running a Qt message loop.
> Qt has relatively recently introduced QML, which is basically a fancy GUI
> application logic is in C++ (very Web 2.0-ish). Now instead of writing
> messages to/from Erlang, and Erlang implements the application logic.
> Conceivably one could create a single Qt port executable, driver, or NIF
> GUI for Erlang would involve using the native Qt tools for authoring QML
> port exectable...no additional C++ compiling required.
> Now QML is currently only available for mobile devices, but the Qt folks
> have stated that they will port it to the desktop and this will become the
> preferred way to develop desktop Qt apps.
> This project would likely involve more C++ than Erlang, so I'm not sure
> how you feel about that. ;)
> On Mon, Aug 1, 2011 at 5:53 PM, Nick S <> wrote:
>> I have just finished implementing a "professional" Erlang server, and
>> with time and enthusiasm in hand, I would like to start working on
>> something personal.
>> I must say, it has been really fun writing apps in OTP and see it
>> processing millions of messages without ever crashing...!
>> Would appreciate some new ideas, that would be useful to community :)
>> - XMPP, AMQP etc are already in market!
>> - Any audio/video processing layer?
>> - Any telecom related...?
>> - Some standard protocol implementation?
>> - Something new for next generation...? (Buzz words... cloud computing
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