We see how to take advantage of
phx:update events, which LiveView dispatches every time it updates the DOM. Then, we see how to send events to the server using
The healthcare industry is being largely reshaped by the growth of mobile apps in the last few years. The stakeholders in the industry are giving life to innovative healthcare mobile app solutions which are getting fuelled by the fast advancements in mobile technology, AI and Big Data.Healthcare Mobile App Development Trends, Tips & Challenges
From booking an appointment with the doctor to purchasing medicines, there are dedicated apps for such tasks now. In fact, mHealth apps have made healthcare accessible to a larger population. Apparently, the healthcare mobile app development market is accelerating at an unprecedented pace globally.
A report from Flurry Analytics points out that health and fitness app usage grew by over 330% in the last few years. As per the estimates of the previous year, there are 318,000 health apps available in the app stores worldwide. And around 200 health apps are being added to the stores each day.
The global mobile health market is expected to reach 102 billion by 2023, driven by the increasing role of mobile devices in healthcare and the huge investments flowing towards healthcare application development.
Undoubtedly, there are immense business opportunities in building healthcare/medical mobile applications in the coming years. This blog takes you through some these opportunities and few vital tips to succeed in it.
Healthcare Mobile Apps: Going Beyond the Basics The advancements in technology have taken patient care and health monitoring a step ahead in the last few years leading to better health outcomes.
Today, mHealth apps are becoming smarter, multi-functional and user-friendly which has led to their widespread acceptance among providers/patients. There are apps with advanced features like high-resolution images, end-to-end encryption, real-time monitoring, and other high-level functions. People suffering from chronic life conditions are capable of monitoring their vital statistics daily and contribute in a better way to their health management.
We working on planning introducing Elixir into our toolbox. This page summarizes key resources we have use / are using for learning Elixir and pushing it to large-scale production.
Temple is a macro DSL for writing HTML markup in Elixir and a template engine for Phoenix.
Smart Software Season Two is out! Our topic is Elixir Internals; in our first episode, we talk with Brooklyn Zelenka about Witchcraft, type systems, property-based checking, Dialyzer, and more.
Are you having problems with memory management while using GenServers? Then maybe you should take a look at our latest article for some tips!
New in Horde v0.6.1:
- Tune delta_crdt options
- Telemetry integration (don’t forget to upgrade delta_crdt too!)
- Now using libring for better process distribution
- Added guides for how to deal with state handoff, eventual consistency, and how to set up a cluster
ElixirWeekly: The Elixir Community Newsletter, covering community news you easily miss, shared on ElixirStatus and the web, in one email every Thursday.
I wrote a short article covering two things I’ve seen frustrate Elixir learners, especially those coming from a language like JS or Ruby—immutability and the use of strings vs atoms for keys.
Archive of Eric’s Elixir live stream from last week, starting to look into upgrading Grapevine for Elixir 1.9 release
This library allows you to automatically create slugs from other fields in
For example, you can generate URL slugs for articles from their title and date fields.
Check it out! https://github.com/sobolevn/ecto_autoslug_field
I also wrote an article about this library, you may also find it interesting: https://sobolevn.me/2017/07/creating-slugs-for-ecto-schemas
A new blog post going in-depth on some of the details when using our the new Inky library me an @nyaray made. Some Elixir, some Nerves, some Scenic and if you look under the hood and squint? Some wxWidgets!
GenRMQ is a set of behaviours meant to be used to create RabbitMQ consumers and publishers.
New release contains mostly fixes and improvements in custom deadletter configuration.
In part 2 of the Go game in Elixir series, we add the ability to undo and redo moves and implement Go’s ko rule.
Elixir library to inflect Russian names has a new release.
We now support the latest Elixir version and allow to configure
json library with
Jason as a default one.
Check it out! Full changelog: https://github.com/petrovich/petrovich_elixir/releases