Condiment makes it easier to build keyword-based API for context functions.
Read more about the rationale/usage over on the repo - https://github.com/edisonywh/condiment
In this post we walk through building a Huffman encoder and decoder in Elixir and explore the concepts along the way. https://tiemenwaterreus.com/posts/compession-and-huffman-coding-with-elixir/
MOBA is a great opportunity for those who want to have a more hands-on experience with Phoenix LiveView beyond building simple counter demos. It’s first and foremost a fun learning experience for all developer skill levels, while also being an actual product with real users deployed in a production environment.
Latest episode of Elixir Wizards is out today! Check it out here: https://smartlogic.io/podcast/elixir-wizards/s4e16-rezentes/
I’ve been meaning to write something to draw attention to the fantastic work of the #nerves-keyboard gang for a bit. And here it is. A short guide on trying out something custom with their system.
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Continuing our play queue prototyping / live coding adventure in LiveView. This time, we’ve added icons, extracted all playback state related logic into a separate module, and added play mode simulation.
Updates on https://github.com/steffenix/rebalancer/ choose the amount of exposure you want on every coin you hold.
Latest episode of Elixir Wizards is out today! Check it out here: https://smartlogic.io/podcast/elixir-wizards/s4e15-elixirconf/
In this episode we’ll explore the new Phx.Gen.Auth package and how easily it can be used to add authentication to Phoenix apps.
A few words on concurrency, parallelism and how BEAM works.
Absinthe is a great library for writing GraphQL applications, but if you previously haven’t done much work on an Absinthe application, you might find some things a bit tricky to test.
6th video in the series about building cryptocurrency trading bot in Elixir - this time storing data inside PostgreSQL DB.
We will create a new application inside our umbrella project called “data_warehouse”. It will allow us to start PubSub subscribers and store data into a Postgres database. It will act as a foundation for storing other data like transactions, orders, and also settings for the Naive trading strategy.