[erlang-questions] GUI development with Erlang

Wed Apr 18 12:06:30 CEST 2018

To answer a colleague, no, you don't _have_ to run the arbiter and the
player processes on different hosts. To go through the examples, you can
run them all on a single node, as long as it is a distributed node. 
Of course the fun in atually playing a game is lost if the two players
are sitting on the same host :)
Best regards

Date: Sun, 15 Apr 2018 13:02:44 -0700
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I have written a follow up to the getting started piece.

It may not be enough to write your chart widgets, but I hope it gives
you some more insights into the workings of wxErlang.


Best regards

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