[erlang-questions] hows the erlang web framework or library world evolving?
Sun Feb 23 14:22:37 CET 2014
Yeah, I definitely didn't get it either.
I asked a similar question on the Nitrogen mailing list a while back (
https://groups.google.com/forum/m/#!topic/nitrogenweb/rUxmq88TaK0) and got
a handful of interesting responses. One guy uses it for powering home
automation stuff, another for a financial exchange front end, others for
games, another for registration for a university (that one, iirc, was sent
privately to me rather than to the group).
Personally, I use Nitrogen and Erlang to power my league and tournament
management system, BracketPal (http://bracketpal.com).
Some of these uses may not be right in erlang' high concurrency wheelhouse,
but I find Nitrogen to be a highly productive environment for building
find to be a massive plus.
And getting this productivity boost knowing I have the OTP and Erlang's
concurrency baked in to the environment is a huge plus.
Owner, Sigma Star Systems
414.940.4866 || sigma-star.com || @jessegumm
On Feb 22, 2014 6:21 PM, "Michael Truog" <> wrote:
> It appears like this email isn't one I received from the email list, so
> other people may not have received it since it was sent through the google
> group rather than the normal mailing list (
> (not sure why the google group method of sending emails isn't working
> properly, since I have both set up to deliver emails)
> http://cloudi.org uses CloudI to run the site with cowboy as the HTTP
> (config at http://cloudi.org/config.html)
> On 02/22/2014 03:55 PM, Steve Davis wrote:
> Smart question. You'd think there'd be 100 answers by now, right?
> On Thursday, February 20, 2014 5:05:25 AM UTC-6, johannes falcone wrote:
>> anyone got a live erlang powered site I can see?
>> what data store are you using?
>> something else?
>> firebirdDB? postgresql?
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