Beam.js - About Cooking is a challenge for me, even when my oven is working perfectly. I love good food, and I try to create at home in my kitchen. But for every glorious meal, there’s been a half-eaten failure and an unexpected trip to one of New Jersey’s fast-food joints. After sliding my last attempt at a gourmet meal into the trash, it occurred to me: Everything’s been undercooked – either just a little or a lot. Maybe I’m a better cook than I thought, and I just need some oven repair. So what do you do if your oven isn’t hot enough?
Zotonic is the open source, high speed, real-time web framework and content management system, built with Erlang. It is flexible, extensible and designed from the ground up to support dynamic, interactive websites and mobile solutions. Zotonic is incredibly fast and wonderfully stable - suited for anything from basic websites to complex distributed applications. It offers an elegant backend for managing content with the flexibility that developers need to build truly amazing applications. Start getting to know Zotonic on the feature page , have a look at our introduction video and check out the gallery page. Try Zotonic! Zotonic, The Erlang CMS — Zotonic
Three of CouchDB’s creators show you how to use this document-oriented database as a standalone application framework or with high-volume, distributed applications. With its simple model for storing, processing, and accessing data, CouchDB is ideal for web applications that handle huge amounts of loosely structured data. That alone would stretch the limits of a relational database, yet CouchDB offers an open source solution that’s reliable, scales easily, and responds quickly.
A Database for the Web CouchDB is a database that completely embraces the web. Store your data with JSON documents. Access your documents and query your indexes with your web browser, via HTTP.
ongoing · WF XI: Results This is the eleventh progress report from the Wide Finder Project; I’ll use it as the results accumulator, updating it in place even if I go on to write more on the subject, which seems very likely. [Update: Your new leader: Perl.] The Name · There’ve been a few posts wondering about the name “Wide Finder”. The original Ruby code came from my Beautiful Code chapter called “Finding Things”; thus it was a Finder.