ERDialog is part of a simple Web based framework with Erlang. It is a Web browser interface and system for developing programs using the Yaws HTTP server and Erlang support programs. It will be able to ship applets for installation. Applets for wiki, music playing, and file launching exist now.
ERDlanguage is a Web-based language research tool that forms part of the ERDialog Web framework system. ERDlanguage enables users to explore the Wordnet corpus on their hard drives and retrieve word meanings. ERDlanguage is applet based with the complete ERDialog framework, so it can be part of a tool chain for the user.
ERDcreate is an application generator using the erdhweb system, which integrates all the files for an application in one file. This is a new approach to distributing code packages. HTML is the file method used for the combined system. All the code files, documentation files, and support files are woven together in one file. This system takes off from the literate programming ideas of weaving and unweaving. Complete applications can be distributed as one file and installed from the one HTML file.
ERDaddresses is a simple little address book program using text files. In addition to text data, contact photos can be viewed. Additional applets can be downloaded. The GUI interface used is ERDialog, which is written in Erlang and interfaces through a Web browser. It is cross-platform where ever Erlang and Yaws run. This is a full release ERDialog framework so applets can be added.
ERDvideo is an application to display video in an HTML5 capable Web browser. As part of the ERDialog Web Framework, this application is an applet that can be installed and used through a Web browser. This application requires Erlang and Yaws and should run on all platforms. Ogg videos can be viewed without Flash or any other programs.
Erlangux is a mini distribution system framework in Erlang. It is derived from DSL. It provides an older Linux 2.4.31 kernel, a user-friendly shell, and a good assortment of utilities. It includes the Firefox Web browser, text editors, and the X Window System. It also includes a small footprint GUI, and is able to run most Erlang software.
Ybot is erlang bot software inspired by Github hubot. It supports IRC and XMPP transports and is extensible with plugins. Plugins can be written with Python, Ruby, or shell. It supports IRC chat, XMPP multi user chat, and 37 signals Campfire chat. It can simultaneously run any number of bots on different transports.