[erlang-questions] Third party libs you always use

Sergej Jurečko sergej.jurecko@REDACTED
Sat May 14 19:35:47 CEST 2016


On May 14, 2016 7:29 PM, "Ryan Stewart" <zzantozz@REDACTED> wrote:

> I've got about 2 years of Erlang work under my belt, and I come from a
> strong JVM background before that. On the JVM, there are a certain set of
> third-party libraries that I would almost always include when starting a
> new project, just because they add so many helpful things that aren't in
> the core language. Then, depending on the nature of the project, others
> might get added for HTTP stuff, messaging, or other concerns that need to
> be dealt with. I'm still learning a lot about the Erlang ecosystem and what
> sort of library support is out there, so my question to the Erlang experts
> out there is this:
> Q: Are there third-party libraries that you almost automatically include
> when you start or become involved with an Erlang project?
> Or to put it another way:
> Q: What are your go-to libraries for solving common problems in an Erlang
> project?
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