[erlang-questions] EHTML resources?

zxq9 zxq9@REDACTED
Sat Feb 28 10:34:44 CET 2015

Ah, YAWS docs! Adding to/revising that is #23,862 on my list of things I 
really wish I had time to do. YAWS is a tremendously useful thing to know 
well. It seems like the people who know it already know it, and the hip 
newcomers sidestep to Cowboy/Ranch, Mochi, etc. (Not that there is anything 
bad about the alternatives.)


On 2015年2月28日 土曜日 03:48:26 Alex Alvarez wrote:
> ehtml is pretty much straight-forward as it follows the same format for
> the different HTML tags (e.g, {'div', [{id, "<id>"}, {style,
> "<style>"}], "<content>"}).  The YAWS manual is not bad, but hasn't been
> updated for a while and looks a little bit old...
> Cheers,
> Alex
> On 02/27/2015 10:04 PM, Peter J Etheridge wrote:
> > dear fellow list members,
> > along with learning erlang i am also studying YAWS.
> > in his manual Claes gives a snippet of code with some inserted EHTML.
> > i thought i should study this as well, but my research so far has
> > failed to uncover much information.
> > is anyone aware of an authoritative source on EHTML?
> > thank you to all those who provide answers. i read and usually learn
> > from your responses.
> > happy coding,
> > peter
> > 
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