[erlang-questions] framework for building interface

Wes James <>
Fri Oct 30 21:10:30 CET 2015


Thanks.  I'll take a look.

-wes

On Fri, Oct 30, 2015 at 1:54 PM, Jesse Gumm <> wrote:

> Nitrogen, being a largely front-end framework, certainly sounds like it'd
> be a fit.
>
> Showing and hiding elements on the page is a matter of calling
> wf:wire(#show{}) or wf:wire(#hide{}) in a postback event. You can see a
> simple version of this here: http://nitrogenproject.com/demos/effects
>
> Feel free to plunk around with it, and if you have any questions, let me
> know.
>
> -Jesse
>
> P.S. Sorry for the terseness, I'm typing on my phone.
>
> --
> Jesse Gumm
> Owner, Sigma Star Systems
> 414.940.4866 || sigma-star.com || @jessegumm
> On Oct 30, 2015 2:00 PM, "Wes James" <> wrote:
>
>> With my esysman app ( https://github.com/comptekki/esysman ) I use
>> manual piecing of erlang binary/text chunks in the cowboy application that
>> uses a .hrl for config info to building the interface.
>>
>> Anyone know of an erlang framework that would help in building web pages
>> where rooms (one tab on the page then several other tabs for the other
>> rooms) could be accessed with a click on a tabbed menu at the top and each
>> room has computers laid out on the screen.  Right now, like I said, I'm
>> doing that in loops inside the cowboy app.  I'd like cowboy to serve the
>> interface, but some other framework to help build the interface, since I'm
>> not that great at the html5 stuff.  Would nitrogen work?  html5 framework
>> for erlang - I guess you'd call it??
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> -wes
>>
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