A blog post about using the HTML generator beyond some initial scaffolding with a Phoenix 1.3 how-to example https:[email protected]/customise-your-phoenix-html-generator-d45fecd48683#.i8pqolp3v
In the latest episode of ElixirCasts we create memorable, SEO friendly URLs with Phoenix.
Check it out: https://elixircasts.io/seo-friendly-urls-with-phoenix
The latest release includes the ability to dump your caches to disk and load them from disk, to allow backups and moving between nodes, or automatic bootstrapping from an initial state.
There were also a few fixes with transactions and a few dependency updates, check it out!
A simple post about Bootstrap 4 & Bootswatch 4 with Phoenix 1.3 rc0
Marcus Lankenau on Elixir Macros and Ganesh Balasubramanian shares some experiences he made with Elixir and Phoenix.
I wrote a library which provides ways to perform Searching, Sorting and Pagination over Ecto queries and Phoenix collections:
Rummage has been split into two libraries:
Rummage is a Ransack-like library, which is designed in the Elixir way. Which means no defining functions on the models, transparency and configurability!
Rummage comes with a lot of powerful features which are available right away, without writing a bunch of code. Here are a few blogs that talk about how to use Rummage in a Phoenix or an Ecto application:
Rummagedemo & basics
- Using fully packaged
Let me know if you have any thoughts on
Here’s a little demo:
ElixirWeekly: The Elixir Community Newsletter, covering community news you easily miss, shared on ElixirStatus and the web, in one email every Thursday.
New blog debuting with 3 good reasons to use Elixir post.
A blog post on how engineers at Semaphore created a service that gathers information from multiple sources, and then emails a report that summarizes the data in a useful way to customers using Elixir and RabbitMQ: https://semaphoreci.com/blog/2017/03/07/making-mailing-microservice-with-elixir-and-rabbitmq.html
You might know resource hints (http://caniuse.com/#search=Resource%20Hint) which are used by browsers to preload/prefetch stuff before it is needed. Since I’ve been started applying the approach into some sites, I was looking for sort of a solution which can gather info from my site and add hints to browsers (yeah, I don’t like manual work), but it looks there is any, hence, I thought of creating an engine https://github.com/sirko-io/engine to achieve my goals. Currently, it only adds the prerender hint (the browser prerenders the page before a user visits it), but I got more plans for the project. If you try to solve the same challenge or you want to use my solution, please, contribute or try it or leave feedback. Any help or advice is priceless. Thanks for your attention!
A in-depth step-by-step tutorial to integrate Semantic UI framework with Elixir based Phoenix application and Webpack.
These are my notes about Elixir Daze 2017 with a summary of all the talks and some slides: http://pedroassumpcao.ghost.io/personal-notes-about-elixir-daze-2017/
My take on mocking on Elixir coming from an OO background - http://evrl.com/elixir/tdd/mocking/2017/03/05/elixir-mocking.html.
Phoenix app to help manage healthy food choices for pantry programs https://github.com/MasbiaSoupKitchenNetwork/open_pantry Early stages but welcome contributors or connections to food programs that might benefit!
I’m amazed by how much cleaner my code is now that I’m using contexts and action_fallback on Phoenix 1.3, so I wrote a bit about it today.
A look at two of the common state management tools in Elixir. http://awochna.com/2017/03/03/elixir-state-management.html
I wrote a bit about the changes that I love about Phoenix 1.3 and why I think this is a great release for API projects.