[erlang-questions] Erlang Web Libraries & Frameworks

Gordon Guthrie gordon@REDACTED
Wed Aug 10 14:48:11 CEST 2011


Hypernumbers have just released a request signing library which is  
substantially based on Amazon's HMAC-SHA authentication schema. The  
aim is to provide a common, reusable format for request  
canonicalisation and signing for private/public key pair authentication.

Ideally we would like to build up a set of client libraries that  
implement it. The code is structured so as to make it as easy as  
possible for developers of client libraries to build and test them  
against unit tests and to try and avoid the hell that is debugging  
against production systems not in your control.

This library is now in the examples part of mochiweb.


On 10 Aug 2011, at 00:04, Sam Elliott <sam@REDACTED> wrote:

> Hi erlang-questions,
> Recently I needed to compare a few Erlang web libraries and frameworks
> for a friend who was writing a simple internal API endpoint. He
> suggested I should publish the rundown for others, and I thought I'd
> also circulate it here. I'm relatively new to Erlang, so I have
> probably missed a few libraries.
> I'll try to keep it updated as people send me information, so don't
> hesitate to contact me if i've got something wrong.
> The article: http://lenary.co.uk/erlang/2011/08/erlang-web-libraries/
> What are your thoughts?
> Sam
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