Erlang is a language I’ve studiously avoided despite actually having been trained to use it by Ericsson, back when we lived in caves and had no mobile data. Obviously, these days I have trouble even reading it.
|Derivatives||2015||Lisp Flavored Erlang||
Insanely awesome, or awesomely insane, I’m not quite sure.
distributed Python for the Erlang ecosystem
a Nerves-based firmware image to run Livebook on the Raspberry Pi
a Jupyter-like environment written in Elixir
|Reference||2015||Learn You Some Erlang||
For great good!
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Cross-compiled Erlang for Embedded Devices
a nearly complete OTP runtime implemented in Rust
an OTP runtime for ESP series MCUs
a composable email server with IMAP, SMTP, DKIM, SPF, DMARC, DANE and MTA-STS support
A complete CMS
Also on the “stable” side of things.
Inspired by Sinatra, apparently, and pretty straightforward for RESTful stuff.
The “traditional” thing, pretty much dead, apparently, even though it’s in active use in many places. Let’s call it “stable”.
A small, performant web server
the Elixir web framework