[erlang-questions] GUI development with Erlang

Iván Carmenates ivancarmenates@REDACTED
Wed Dec 6 15:34:49 CET 2017

Regards, a while a go I did a little framework to easily communicate Erlang
with C#, here is the documentation if you get interested we can update it
to match the current times.

On Sun, Dec 3, 2017 at 2:43 PM, Alan Gingras <alangingras@REDACTED>

> Has anyone tried using Windows Forms (.net) with Erlang?  This would be in
> a similar fashion to way Python can use Windows Forms.  On Linux I believe
> this would be Mono (http://www.mono-project.com/docs/gui/winforms/).
> Basically I think I’m looking for something similar to Python’s “import”
> and C#’s “using” features.  If no one has anything, any hints on how a
> feature like this might be implemented.
> Basically, I have been working on implementing genetic programming in
> Erlang and would like to provide a GUI front end.  The WxWidgets front end
> that comes with Erlang is difficult at best.  I’ve used several different
> GUI kits on *nix and Windows platforms but WxWidgets seems the most
> difficult for me.  So I’m trying to see what else is available.  I followed
> Joe Armstrong’s quest earlier this year and didn’t see where he came up
> with anything.
> Thanks.
> Alan
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