[erlang-questions] Developing killer / open source apps
Fri Aug 5 21:04:27 CEST 2011
How about interfacing Erlang to the Qt UI library?
I don't mean a convential binding like wxErlang or PyQt, but components to
facilitate message passing between Erlang and a Qt port program or NIF
thread running a Qt message loop.
Qt has relatively recently introduced QML, which is basically a fancy GUI
application logic is in C++ (very Web 2.0-ish). Now instead of writing C++,
to/from Erlang, and Erlang implements the application logic.
Conceivably one could create a single Qt port executable, driver, or NIF
GUI for Erlang would involve using the native Qt tools for authoring QML and
exectable...no additional C++ compiling required.
Now QML is currently only available for mobile devices, but the Qt folks
have stated that they will port it to the desktop and this will become the
preferred way to develop desktop Qt apps.
This project would likely involve more C++ than Erlang, so I'm not sure how
you feel about that. ;)
On Mon, Aug 1, 2011 at 5:53 PM, Nick S <nick.sfx.1@REDACTED> wrote:
> I have just finished implementing a "professional" Erlang server, and with
> time and enthusiasm in hand, I would like to start working on something
> I must say, it has been really fun writing apps in OTP and see it
> processing millions of messages without ever crashing...!
> Would appreciate some new ideas, that would be useful to community :)
> - XMPP, AMQP etc are already in market!
> - Any audio/video processing layer?
> - Any telecom related...?
> - Some standard protocol implementation?
> - Something new for next generation...? (Buzz words... cloud computing
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