[erlang-questions] Which technology I should choose?

Daniel Goertzen <>
Wed Jun 11 20:59:55 CEST 2014


Cowboy supports REST, Websockets and can you can trivially implement Server
Sent Events (see
http://dev.af83.com/2012/01/06/erlang-server-sent-events-made-for-each-other.html
)


On Wed, Jun 11, 2014 at 10:42 AM, Ivan Carmenates García <
> wrote:

> Hi all,
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> I’ve been wondering if I could ask for an advice from the community to
> help me choose a good tec for a project I am developing.
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> My primordial priority is not to be productive, I like pure Erlang as it
> is, no dummy frameworks for productivity, I’m looking for something clean
> and powerful at the same time, I already choose Extjs 4.2 for the view,
> because the project is about accounting and statistics, and the graphics
> and visual that extjs gives is a very nice and interesting fact. I have a
> weak choice for yaws for the server at the time.
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> What I would like to know is if there is another web server better than
> yaws to combine it with extjs, the idea is to export an API REST or another
> kind of API that allows a good communication with extjs using json, also
> that supports for web-socket or any real-time server push technology, that
> is primordial since I need a real-time app, ex: Chicago Boss have a very
> interesting mechanism to do that, since it use a long-polling strategy,
> that is very interesting, the only problem and almost impossible to deal
> with CB is the errors formatting and definition. A good documentation is
> required too.
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> I hope someone can help me to decide.
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> I will appreciate all kind of suggestions.
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> Best regards,
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> Ivan.
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