At SmartLogic we use Distillery to generate Erlang releases for our Elixir applications. Through this post we’ll explain how we generate the releases that get shipped to production.
A full guide to installing ASDF and using it to install and choose versions of Erlang, Elixir, Node and Ruby
A short blog on how to get a password in Mix Task without echoing what the user it typing. https://dev.to/tizpuppi/password-input-in-elixir-31oo
For the freshman of Elixir, there are some small tricks to make your programming way more pleasant and unhindered.
Wrote a short blog post on using pattern matching and recursive function calls to apply filters to Ecto queries
I just published a post about how I built a concurrent ant farm with Elixir and Phoenix LiveView.
A new adapter for Bamboo
When processing an HTTP request takes too long, it times out and Phoenix closes the connection. In this article we see how to simulate a long-running request and ways on how to fix the problem.
ElixirWeekly: The Elixir Community Newsletter, covering community news you easily miss, shared on ElixirStatus and the web, in one email every Thursday.
I just published a story on Erlang-Battleground about @mononcqc’s book and my own take on Property-Based Testing for #erlang and #elixir:
Amazing demos and experiments that people are building with Phoenix LiveView.
Horde 0.5.0 just got released and it’s a big one! I wrote about some of the highlights here: https://email@example.com/whats-new-in-horde-0-5-0-f5a282bc8814
A blogpost about my first significant contribution to Elixir https://www.botsquad.com/2019/05/06/atom-safe-elixir-parser/
Blog post showing off some of the fantastic work that folks are doing with Phoenix LiveView.
I just published a new post “How to write bits as read such as 0001 1101 on Elixir”. I believe that It is a good sample to use sigil.
This article demonstrates how to produce and report on useful metrics from an Elixir application built with the CQRS/ES pattern by using commands and domain events.
Umbrella Projects/Apps are hard to maintain and shouldn’t be used unless you’re deploying the child apps individually: https://jackmarchant.com/the-problem-with-elixir-umbrella-apps/
With the latest version of the Interceptor library, you will now have access to the actual arguments values passed to the functions that you want to intercept. Previously, you would only get the arity of the intercepted function.
Get it here https://hex.pm/packages/interceptor and simplify your Elixir applications!