In episode 47 of Thinking Elixir, we talk with Kamil Skowron about his Youtube channel that walks people through building a crypto-currency trading bot in Elixir. We learn how that led him to start a free online book sharing that content. He covers what people will learn from the process, his goal of helping people see a larger working Elixir system, and his experience writing the book. A fun chat!
Let’s see what we can do with a PID when debugging Phoenix.LiveView views. https://arathunku.com/b/2021/debug-few-things-we-can-do-with-liveview-pid/
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Officially this is the most intense/demanding video that I ever released 😀 The video sums up the work over 15 videos released in the series dedicated to “Create a cryptocurrency trading bot in Elixir”. In 12 minutes (excluding intro & outro 😉 ) we will see how a trading bot could be written including a full supervision tree around streaming and trading as well as built-in autostarting for both! It’s a great resource to see the usage of the Elixir/OTP in real-world scenarios.
It’s a great refresher if you want to quickly go through it “once again” or teaser if you are wondering should you invest time in it(according to comments - well worth it 😜). As pointed out in the video, not a lot of in-depth explanations inside - if you are looking for discussion why it’s built the way it is - there are 15 episodes already released on my channel (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVYIx7M6o28&list=PLxsE19GnjC5Nv1CbeKOiS5YqGqw35aZFJ&index=1)
Please remember to smash that like button on YouTube if you like it - let’s make Elixir viral 😎
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The ConfigCat Elixir SDK allows you to use ConfigCat’s hosted feature flag service from your Elixir application. The SDK was developed through a collaboration between @igorescobar of @joindrover, @randycoulman of @influxdb, and the @ConfigCat team.
Podcast Elixir em Foco - No segundo episódio da série Elixir em Produção, conversamos com Vitor Leal, CTO da Solfácil - https://anchor.fm/elixiremfoco/episodes/Elixir-em-Produo-com-Vitor-Leal–CTO-da-Solfcil-e101sbf
Season 6 of Elixir Wizards launches today! Check it out here: https://smartlogic.io/podcast/elixir-wizards/s6e1-virding/
Take a tour through the advanced workers Oban Pro provides for job composition. You’ll learn how they build off the primitives provided by Oban, which use-cases each worker excels at, and how to put them into practice.
Ever since my friend introduced me to the 7 GUI tasks, I’ve been interested in doing them with LiveView.
I finished the first one (the simplest one 😁) and wrote some highlights. I hope to do the other ones too!
Monitor all emails that you send from your app and retry failed deliveries (important if you are not using a dedicated IP for sending and the assigned IP was blacklisted) https://pulkitgoyal.in/monitoring-application-email-delivery-with-mailgun
Let's Build An Instagram Clone With The PETAL(Phoenix, Elixir, TailwindCSS, AlpineJS, LiveView) Stack [PART 4]
In episode 46 of Thinking Elixir, we talk with Jonatan Kłosko, the coder behind Livebook, about how Livebook works, how the collaborative features work, what can be done with Livebook, what you shouldn’t do with it, and much more! We can’t help but talk about all the fun and cool ways it can be abused and how it’s finding exciting uses outside of machine learning. A great discussion with lots of insights.
Last week’s live stream with Frank Hunleth and the Elixir Wizards is archived on YouTube; Frank walked us through getting started with Nerves on a Raspberry Pi and the new Nerves LiveBook: https://youtu.be/qp56tIEnYH4
I created a Jackbox-TV inspired game server system just to see if I could. It’s fully distributed, clustered, and globally deployed. It uses LiveView and PubSub. It is a proof-of-concept that shows how to build multi-player, turn-based games.
I explain how I deployed it to Fly.io as well. This was my first ever deployment on that platform. Check out the Github Repo and the companion article: Building a Distributed Turn-Based Game System in Elixir
Do your interfaces always produce the same result, even if they are invoked repeatedly? https://patrykbak.com/2021/04/30/idempotent-interfaces-make-system-predictable.html
Blogged on managing FSM with function clauses in each
Tarearbol working process.