Markup language 9 Is a general purpose markup language - which can be used as an alternative to XML.
The latest version is in the work in progress directory
Here are some ideas on how to make reliable systems that function even in the presence of software errors. This thesis describes the thinking behind Erlang, Concurrency Oriented Programing, UBF and building reliable systems from communicating components.
ErlGuten is a program for producing typographic quality PDF from XML.
A robust server This tutorial shows you how to make a fault-tolerant distributed "bank" server.
A web server This tutorial shows you how to make a web-server which runs as a system daemon. It contains the complete code for a web server (2 modules and 326 lines of code) - and all the instructions necessary to make this into a system daemon.
Client in Erlang - Server in C This tutorial shows how to make a Erlang client talk to a C server. The C server is a socket based parallel server which forks of a parallel process for each new connection.
Setting up an Erlang wiki server This tutorial shows how to setup an Erlang wiki server on your machine.
erlpdf.pdf a library for manipulating PDF files.
Be warned - not much is written yet - many links are missing
My local server
Getting Erlang to talk to the outside world. Talk given at Pittsburgh Erlang conference.