Tue Dec 7 02:25:10 CET 2021
Nitrogen is actually still active, though I'm admittedly a bit slow with
adding new stuff to it.
November 2020, Lloyd Prentice and I released a book about Nitrogen Dev:
builditwithnitrogen.com about it, and my current work has been working on
working through the backlog to get Nitrogen 3 released.
Most development lately has been in the 'rebar3' branches in the various
Nitrogen repos (Nitrogen dev is split among 5 or so repos: most prominently
nitrogen, nitrogen_core, and simple_bridge).
If you have any questions, I'm available in the Erlang slack (as chops), on
erlangforums.com in the "Nitrogen category" tag (
https://erlangforums.com/c/erlang-frameworks/nitrogen-forum/66), or on the
Nitrogen mailing list.
On Mon, Dec 6, 2021 at 10:19 AM ultrafilter <ultrafilter@REDACTED>
> We currently use cowboy in our rest services and I like it a lot.
> It's very fast, doesn't get in the way, has nice API and the code is very
> clean (I'm new to the language and use cowboy source code as a reference of
> how to do stuff properly in erlang).
> I'm looking for a library or lightweight framework for implementing web
> applications on top of cowboy (ideally implemented in the same spirit).
> So far I came across nitrogen and it looks interesting, but from its
> github it doesn't seem like it's being actively developed.
> There's also N2O, but it's not clear how widely it's used and if there's
> any community around it.
> Did I miss any options?
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