Blog

  • “MySQL/OTP” – rewritten MySQL driver
    2015-02-25 brucify

    Blog Status

    View original article Click here to add a news on Erlang Central -- Hello Erlang users! Due to the known problems with Emysql, especially the lack of solid transaction handling, we have written a MySQL driver from scratch. The code structure of Emysql wasn't good enough to build upon and since we also wanted to change the API a little, it made sense to write a new driver. As the name suggests, that we wanted to make it more "OTP-ish". Github project page: https://github.co ...


    Read more


  • First release of NkBASE, a distributed, embeddable Erlang database
    2015-02-25 carlosjgf

    Blog Status

    I'm very happy to announce that we have released the first version of NkBASE, a distributed, highly available key-value database designed to be integrated into riak_core based Erlang applications. NkBASE is one of the core pieces of the upcoming Nekso's Software Defined Data Center Platform, NetComposer. NkBASE has some interesting features: Highly available, allowing read and write operations even in case of node failures. Operation friendly. Nodes can be added and removed on the fly ...


    Read more


  • Zotonic release 0.12.4
    2015-02-23 brucify

    Blog Status

    View original article: http://erlang.org/pipermail/erlang-questions/2015-February/083517.html Hi, Zotonic is the open source, web framework and content management system, built with Erlang. It is flexible, extensible and designed to support dynamic, interactive websites and mobile solutions. - See more at: http://zotonic.com/ We have just released Zotonic 0.12.4. The highlights of this release include two new modules for integrating with LinkedIn and Instagram. Furthermore there ...


    Read more


  • Nitrogen 2.3 and SimpleBridge 2.0 Released!
    2015-02-20 brucify

    Blog Status

    View original article: http://erlang.org/pipermail/erlang-questions/2015-February/083456.html Hello Fellow Erlangers, I'm happy to announce the release of the Nitrogen Web Framework 2.3 and Simple Bridge 2.0 As a brief review: * Nitrogen (http://nitrogenproject.com) is an event-driven Erlang web framework that uses Erlang records to generate HTML and Javascript. * SimpleBridge (http://github.com/nitrogen/simple_bridge) is an abstraction layer on top of existing Erlang webservers ...


    Read more


  • ejabberd 15.02 has been released
    2015-02-19 brucify

    Blog Status

    View original article: https://www.ejabberd.im/node/24764 EJABBERD COMMUNITY 15.02 HAS BEEN RELEASED   ejabberd 15.02 has just been released. This is a major new release. We have added fixes as well as usual improvements. However, ejabberd 15.02 is mostly a major improvement in the way we are handling our release cycle. We are working with ejabberd community to expand and simplify the development of plugins. You can already find tens of plugins for ejabberd developed by the comm ...


    Read more


  • The submission deadline for ICFP 2015 is next Friday! @icfp_conference is accepting papers!
    2015-02-18 brucify

    Blog Status

    ===================================================================== 20th ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Functional Programming ICFP 2015 Vancouver, Canada, August 31 - September 2, 2015 http://www.icfpconference.org/icfp2015 ===================================================================== Important Dates ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~    Submissions due:  Friday, February 27 2015, 23:59 UTC-11 https://icfp15.hotcrp.com/ Author response:  Tuesday, April 21, 2015 ...


    Read more


  • Kjell – An Erlang Shell
    2015-02-17 brucify

    Blog Status

    View original: http://karlll.github.io/kjell/ View it on GitHub: https://github.com/karlll/kjell What is Kjell? Kjell (IPA: [/ʃɛl/]) is a refurbishing of the Erlang Shell, with some eye-candy and extension support added. Screenshots   Kjell screenshot with dark color profile (using the iTerm2 theme Solarized Dark)     Kjell screenshot with light color profile (using the iTerm2 theme Solarized Light)     Documentation at you fingertips: Int ...


    Read more


  • PDF version of the Zotonic documentation
    2015-02-16 brucify

    Blog Status

    Follow @Zotonic on Twitter View original article: http://zotonic.com/blog/1090/building-the-docs-as-a-pdf Building the docs as a PDF We got a request for a PDF version of the Zotonic documentation. The documentation is written in RestructuredText and generated with Sphinx, so we thought to give it a try. After some small adjustments to the build process (mainly switching to xetex) there is now a very rough PDF version. It still needs quite some work to make a good PDF, but for no ...


    Read more


  • RabbitMQ is migrating to GitHub
    2015-02-16 brucify

    Blog Status

    View original post: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/rabbitmq-users/G7KMvtDQ19Q/hKabLcUgw0cJ The RabbitMQ team has news to announce. One of the most common requests from our users is using GitHub for development. It makes a lot of sense today. RabbitMQ was started before GitHub existed and over the years has accumulated quite a few projects and infrastructure tied to Mercurial, with mirroring to GitHub. We hope to move the public umbrella repository [1] and all the repositories ...


    Read more


  • Call for papers: 14th Erlang Workshop, Vancouver, 4 Sep 2015
    2015-02-13 brucify

    Blog Status

    See more at http://www.erlang.org/workshop/2015/ErlangWorkshop2015.html Workshop Objectives Erlang is a concurrent, distributed functional programming language aimed at systems with requirements of massive concurrency, soft real time response, fault tolerance, and high availability. It has been available as open source for 16 years, creating a community that actively contributes to its already existing rich set of libraries and applications. Originally created for telecom applications, it ...


    Read more


  • detest: A tool for running tests on a cluster of Erlang nodes
    2015-02-12 brucify

    Blog Status

    Hello Criticisms and suggestions welcome: https://github.com/biokoda/detest Detest is a tool for running distributed erlang tests. It is designed to be simple and flexible. It sets up a distributed environment of multiple nodes, then it calls your code to do whatever you wish with that environment. As a parameter it takes in path to your test script. This script needs to export at least: cfg/1, run/1, setup/1, cleanup/1. Detest is configured with your cfg/1 function within the scrip ...


    Read more


  • TryErl – Try Erlang online in your browser! http://tryerl.seriyps.ru/
    2015-02-11 brucify

    Blog Status

    Follow @seriyps on Twitter I'm glad to announce a service, which allow to run arbitrary Erlang code from your browser. For now it is there: http://tryerl.seriyps.ru/ How it works Each request is handled by Cowboy web server, which launches new Erlang VM instance per request inside lightweight linux container, based on https://github.com/thestinger/playpen. There are restrictions on networking, memory and execution time, but nothing else. What does it have As you already heard, the ...


    Read more


  • Page 30 of 58« First...1020...2829303132...4050...Last »

Follow Erlang Central: