Very short stream where we will be slowly step-by-step refactor our Ruby on Rails application to Phoenix (Elixir). Hopefully we’ll get to know the basics of Elixir. This is a Twitch livestream from (every saturday afternoon): This video contains: – Elixir basics – Phoenix basics – Ruby on Rails to Phoenix – Phoenix getting started […]
This talk covers how Phoenix boots. There are pointers to important spots in the source code, but the talk is not a walkthrough, it digests the boot process and presents it in a way that is intended to be didactic for end-users.
RailsConf 2017: Rails to Phoenix: How Elixir can level-you-up in Rails by Christian Koch Elixir has rapidly developed into a mature language with an ever-growing library of packages that excels at running web apps. And because both Elixir and Phoenix were developed by Ruby / Rails programmers, the ease with which you can learn Elixir […]
In this tutorial we introduce the Phoenix framework for elixir and create a framework for a real-time chat application. Github: Feel free to donate: BTC: 1ExBSiaEa3pceW98eptJwzR9QHrYZ71Xit ETH: 0xD210Ea51F1615794A16080A108d2BC5471F60166 Phoenix: Check out our Blog: Check out our Twitter: Check out our Facebook:
Lonestar Elixir 2017- KEYNOTE: Phoenix 1.3 by Chris McCord Chris McCord is a programmer with a passion for science and building things. He spends his time crafting the Phoenix Framework, working with the fine folks at DockYard, writing books like Metaprogramming Elixir, and teaching others the tools of the trade.
Code Corps just recently migrated their Ruby on Rails JSON API backend to an Elixir and Phoenix JSON API. Josh explains some of the basics of writing your first JSON API in Phoenix, including how to think differently about a server written functionally, libraries of choice, authentication, authorization, testing, and more. Open source, real-world code […]
Because Elixir and Phoenix borrow so many good ideas from the Rails ecosystem, it’s astoundingly easy for Ruby developers to become proficient in this powerful new set of tools. First, I’ll introduce Phoenix from a Rails POV, and then show two ways it can be used in conjunction with Rails.
Slides and more info: Frameworks are a great help to web developers in all languages. The productivity increases are real, but there’s a catch. Framework elements tend to entangle and overshadow an application’s domain entities. This effectively chains the application to the framework. Choosing a new framework, or choosing a new interface entirely, almost certainly […]
You may have heard about Phoenix and Elixir. It is a language and framework that give you performance without sacrificing productivity. Learn why Phoenix is a great choice for Rails developers and how you can introduce it into your organization.
Bikeshed! Live! by Evan Phoenix and Adam Keys Everyone loves live coding! What’s not to love about watching someone struggle through some trivial code while the audience corrects their every syntax error? This session takes that to the next level by adding literal play-by-play commentary to a live coding session. Come and join us for […]
In this video you’re going to learn about an amazing Ruby gem to help you build command-line applications in Ruby! Keep learning by watching more of my videos, subscribing to the channel & visiting my website. Thanks for watching!
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