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In this episode we add basic user authentication to an existing Phoenix app.
ExDgraph is a gRPC based client for the Dgraph graph database. It uses the DBConnection behaviour to support transactions and connection pooling via Poolboy.
Twitter Emoji Map built with Elixir’s GenStage and Angular. A simple map that shows all geotagged tweets worldwide and in real-time that contain an emoji. It is really fast. Try for yourself by tweeting anything with an emoji and a location and see the tweet pop up on the map in milliseconds. Read more in my blog post
This month ExVenture, a text based multiplayer game server, started going distributed! There were a few other game updates but the biggest news is being able to use distributed Erlang clustering for load balancing.
Hammer is a rate-limiter with pluggable backends.
Version 4.0.0 introduces a new worker-pool implementation for backends:
The choices you make at foundational points of your architecture can have massive implications down the road for your Elixir applications. By taking an informed approach to logging, you can set yourself up for success.
Writing a migration script to run migrate/rollback/seed when releasing Phoenix/OTP app by Distillery
Get started in seconds with Elixir web applications using Raxx.
Mateusz wrote a blog post which explains CSRF protection in Phoenix.
Blog post explaining how Botsquad.com’s interpreted DSL for writing conversational apps and chatbots works, from an Elixir point of view.