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The Phoenix Framework is a web framework built on Elixir. Let's create a blog using Phoenix as a back-end and use Ember and Vue as the front end. This video is the first in a series where I'll look into Phoenix and how it works as a back-end compared to Ruby On Rails Get my Cheat Sheet sent to your email! http://eepurl.com/2VFJn Buy my new book the Ember.js Cookbook here! http://goo.gl/B3cOZT Check out my website http://www.programwitherik.com Find me here http://www.twitter.com/erikch http://www.facebook.com/programwitherik
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This episode is a simple walkthrough demonstrating how easy it is to get started using Phoenix. In it we’ll create a simple blogging application with posts. See more at https://elixircasts.io
Slides and more info: http://www.elixirconf.eu/elixirconf2016/lance-halvorsen 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 means a rewrite. Elixir and Phoenix offer a way out. We can build an application in pure Elixir before we ever run "mix phoenix.new". We can test this application in isolation to improve our confidence in it. We can bring it into a new Phoenix project as a dependency. Then Phoenix can do what it does best, be the application's web interface. Talk objectives * Expand our ...
This Elixir deployment overview will recommend two different approaches to getting your application deployed. You will learn about both containerized deploys and OTP deploys and the hope is to provide enough information that you can decide which is right for your situations. The talk will also cover some common situations that must be considered when it comes to the Elixir build and deploy workflow. Full slides available here: https://www.slideshare.net/brien_wankel/lab-zero-lunchdown-deploying-elixir-and-phoenix-applications
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In this tutorial we introduce the Phoenix framework for elixir and create a framework for a real-time chat application. Github: https://github.com/tensor-programming/phoenix-tut-1 Phoenix: http://www.phoenixframework.org/ Check out our Blog: http://www.tensor-programming.com/ Check out our Twitter: https://twitter.com/TensorProgram Check out our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Tensor-Programming-1197847143611799/
Realtime Applications with Phoenix and Swift by David Stump Elixir and Phoenix are built on a foundation of concurrency, speed and reliability. Thinking beyond the browser, these features are ideal for the backbone to any successful mobile application. Together we will explore leveraging the powers of Phoenix and WebSockets to get started building realtime mobile applications in Swift. Along with a basic introduction to Apple's (relatively) new language Swift, we will explore how to setup a mobile application to communicate with a Phoenix application in realtime using Phoenix Channels. We will also discuss the impacts of some of the newer Phoenix features, like Presence, and how these can be used to enhance your applications. Attendees will get a brief introduction to the basics of iOS de...
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Code for this is at: https://github.com/minhajuddin/todo_without_ecto_or_brunch
Lucas Falk walks us through a websocket-based app he built for agile planning poker. Using Phoenix channels for communication and a GenServer to hold game state, the app also has a great test suite and illustrates how to test these components of a real-time system. You can check it out on Github: github.com/LRFalk01/pokerboy
One of the key new features in Phoenix 1.3 is the addition of Contexts. I used this new feature in an application that should be going into production soon. In this presentation I discuss: - about my application - what are Contexts? - how are Contexts used in Phoenix? - why are Contexts good? - what next? Presenter: Cleaver Barnes (@cleaverbarnes) Level: intermediate http://www.montrealelixir.ca
Rails has established a norm in how easy and pleasant writing web applications can be. It helped enormously with establishing Ruby community and it's influence spread far beyond Ruby. The Elixir programming language is a descendant of Ruby and the great ecosystem around it. It was created by José Valim, Rails core team member. Phoenix is a web framework written in Elixir which tries to incorporate many great practices from Rails but also go beyond by leveraging the distributed and parallel computing features of Elixir. I would like to introduce Phoenix to the community by creating a chat application which will show how easy it is to create real-time web applications with next generation of web frameworks and programming languages.
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