BeepBeep, CouchDB and a Trivial Blog

July 9, 2009 This next installment in the Introduction to BeepBeep series takes a look at pairing CouchDB with BeepBeep to begin consolidating the necessary toolkit to construct plausible web applications.

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Getting Started With BeepBeep

July 5, 2009 BeepBeep is an intuitive web framework (or micro-framework in the words of its creators) along the lines of Django or Merb. For someone looking to get started with Erlang webapps with a minimum of hassle, it's a great option to investigate.

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Using Ajax with the BeepBeep Microframework

July 6, 2009 The second entry in the Introduction to BeepBeep series, this time we take a look at using Ajax with BeepBeep in an extremely simple and contrived example.

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Pitance: Template and Snippet Infrastructure

September 13, 2009 After several months of work, it is finally time to take the curtain off of Pitance. Pitance is an infrastructure for sharing and managing reusable templates and snippets, including a command-line client and an HTTP/JSON API.

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Changing Mimetypes for Text Responses in BeepBeep

September 4, 2009 A quick post on how to change mimetype in BeepBeep micro-framework for Erlang.

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Generating RSS feeds via BeepBeep

September 20, 2009 BeepBeep is a great little web micro-framework, which I have enjoyed working with a lot. Sometimes when dealing with micro-frameworks you end up reinventing a wheel a lot. Sometimes that might be part of the appeal, either way, here is a quick look at generating RSS feeds using BeepBeep.

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