The Erlang VM is second to none for long-running services that run on servers, but outside of that space it might not always be the best tool for the job. […]
[A developer:] It’s awesome. I was eagerly awaiting a phoenix-like framework in Gleam, and now I can quite see the same language being used on the frontend as well.
[Gleam’s core maintainer:] A full-stack web framework is definitely something we want to explore in the future.
Developers can download a predefined version of the compiler for their operating system (Linux, Windows, macOS). As Gleam compiles to Erlang code, installing Erlang is a prerequisite for running the compiled Gleam code. Interested developers can consult the full description of the language’s features in the online documentation.