Creating a generic OTP server in LFE
As mentioned in the previous post, one of the most common patterns that was identified in Erlang was the need to create a generic, long running process. This pattern has been codified in the gen_server behaviour, and it is now time that we got our hands dirty by creating a few :-)
Duncan McGreggor | May 26, 2015 | Tags :
A look at some examples which motivate the use of OTP
In this post we take a look at some non-OTP code examples discussed in Casting SPELs in Lisp (LFE Edition), examine their differences and similarities, and then briefly descirbe what they are missing which OTP might be able to provide.
Duncan McGreggor | May 25, 2015 | Tags :
The LFE community's latest T-shirt bonanza is drawing to a close, the conclusion of which will result in the perfect summer-wear for the discerning hacker. This is a fun little post that shares a bit of the T-shirt's unboxing :-)
Duncan McGreggor | May 23, 2015 | Tags :
Sometimes you need to evaluate a dynamic expression in LFE, one that has been created during the execution of the program. For example, imagine some other process has sent us an LFE expression which we need to evaluate.
Robert Virding | May 2, 2015 | Tags :