|[ANN] Nitrogen Web Framework 2.1.0 Released||Jesse Gumm||11/1/12 11:39 AM|
Hello fellow Erlangers,
I'm proud to announce the release of the Nitrogen Web Framework 2.1.0. This is the first official release since Rusty passed the reins to me last year.
Downloads and Docs (official site): nitrogenproject.com
## Major Updates in 2.1.0
* Split dependencies into git sub-repositories (nitrogen_core, nprocreg, simple_bridge, sync)
## The Roadmap
* Websocket support
## Some other thoughts
It's been a while since the last official Nitrogen release. Now that 2.1.0 is finally done, the release schedule will be *much* faster and switched to a stricter adherence to semver.
I'm usually in the #nitrogen, #erlang, and #erlounge freenode IRC channels as "chops", so feel free to ping me there or the mailing list with any questions, concerns or suggestions.
## On a personal note
I find working in Nitrogen and Erlang to be an absolute joy and I'm honored that Rusty thought of me to manage the project. I'm fully invested in Nitrogen (that is, I'm building my company's new flagship software with it), and I'm glad I am. So thank you Rusty for creating Nitrogen and also for thinking of me for this responsibility. I have some big shoes to fill. And to everyone who's helped out with Nitrogen, submitting issues, pull requests, and answering questions on the mailing list: thank you.
All the best,
Owner, Sigma Star Systems
414.940.4866 || sigma-star.com || @jessegumm
|Re: [erlang-questions] [ANN] Nitrogen Web Framework 2.1.0 Released||Max Lapshin||11/1/12 2:13 PM|
I promise to extract and opensource our support for #simple_graph
element, that we use to draw live stock feed via highstock.js library
|Re: [erlang-questions] [ANN] Nitrogen Web Framework 2.1.0 Released||Rusty Klophaus||11/1/12 2:32 PM|
It's not easy to take the lead on an open source project and come out the other side with a successful, well-managed release. Nicely done.
I tip my hat, hoist my beer, etc. :)
On Thu, Nov 1, 2012 at 3:16 PM, Loïc Hoguin <es...@ninenines.eu> wrote:
|Re: [erlang-questions] [ANN] Nitrogen Web Framework 2.1.0 Released||Jesse Gumm||11/1/12 4:21 PM|
Thanks everyone for the congrats and encouragement. It means a lot!
I'm looking forward to seeing your graphing stuff, Max! Sounds awesome.
A slight adjustment, as I mis-attributed some work, and I want them to get their due credit.
So quick changelog errata:
* Added RESTful elements (Steffan Panning)
* Added html_id to a pile of elements (Jenő Hajdu)
Sorry you guys for confusing your contributions. :(
|Re: [erlang-questions] [ANN] Nitrogen Web Framework 2.1.0 Released||Alexander Beniaminov||11/1/12 11:31 PM|
Thank you for excellent work.
A special thank for your patience and responsiveness