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BeepBeep, Another New Erlang Framework

Happy New Year! It’s been a great 2008 for Erlang, which we’ll cover in our 2008 Retrospective in another post later this week. For today, it’s a new, simple web framework for Erlang called BeepBeep. Written by Dave Bryson, it uses MochiWeb, which most Erlang Web developers are familiar with, and ErlyDTL, which is an Erlang port of the Python Template Language. Travis Slicegood has a demo application written in BeepBeep that grabs photos from Flickr, and Dave Bryson has a sample blog application as well.

The new set of Erlang web frameworks is more proof that the number of ambitious, sharp developers moving to the language is growing.

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