Raxx.View released - HTML templates for web applications

Compile EEx templates to fast and safe views in you web applications.

https://hex.pm/packages/raxx_view

Includes support for reusable layouts.

todo_or_die in Elixir

Inspired by Justin Searls’ Ruby Gem TODO or Die!, I ported the core functionality to Elixir: https://github.com/dsdshcym/todo_or_die_elixir

Feel free to check it out!

Setup Chroxy and Chrome Remote Interface

If you would like to be able to programmatically control google chrome, this free video is for you! In this episode we show you how to setup chroxy and chrome remote interface in your elixir project and even show you how to get it to server side render a react app!

Shameless plug: Check out @elixirstatus' other community project:

Credo, a new static code analysis tool that acts as a code linter, but also focusses on teaching coding practices and code consistency.

Reading a File in Elixir on Heroku

This post covers a problem I ran into when reading files on Heroku in an Elixir Phoenix app.

https://davidtang.io/2019/02/01/reading-a-file-in-elixir-on-heroku.html

Pearls of Elixir - Interesting patterns from popular Elixir packages

https://minhajuddin.com/2019/02/01/pearls-of-elixir-interesting-patterns-from-popular-elixir-packages/

TMIB-25: This January, we fixed and responded to long-standing bugs and complaints

https://bors.tech/newsletter/2019/02/01/tmib-25/

A brief history of Erlang and Elixir

Telecommunications and the web worked in different ways for years: until recently, the former was all about latency, concurrency, and long-running connections, while the latter, with HTTP, was just about “hits” on ephemeral connections. But the web evolved rapidly, and the things that were important in telecommunications became important for the web, too. https://www.welcometothejungle.co/articles/history-erlang-elixir

Using a GenServer to process concurrent tasks

Using a real problem that needed solving, I describe the process I took in building a simple Task runner with a GenServer. https://www.jackmarchant.com/articles/using-a-genserver-to-handle-asynchronous-concurrent-tasks

ElixirMix Podcast 036 - Gremlex and Graph Databases with Kevin Moore & Barak Karavani

In this episode of ElixirMix, the panel talks with Kevin Moore and Barak Karavani at CarLabs about their library Gremlex, for talking to graph databases. We talk about graph databases, how they help, AWS Neptune, the Gremlin query language, company benefits of open sourcing, and much more!

Podcast Episode

Shameless plug: Check out @elixirstatus' other community project:

Credo, a new static code analysis tool that acts as a code linter, but also focusses on teaching coding practices and code consistency.

Database Locking with Ecto

How to be sure tasks are executing once (and only once) across multiple servers - https://medium.com/flatiron-labs/database-locking-with-ecto-in-elixir-9804cdbd1866

erlang-rocksdb version 1.0.0 has been released. Enjoy the stable API!

I just released rocksdb 1.0.0 a binding of rocksdb for Erlang and Elixir based applications. Enjoy the stable API :) RocksDB is a library that provides an embeddable, persistent key-value store for fast storage, you can find more information about it on http://rocksdb.org.

erlang-rocksdb 1.0.0 includes the following changes:

Most people will want to start with the Getting Started section of our wiki: https://gitlab.com/barrel-db/erlang-rocksdb/wikis/Getting-started. Full API reference: https://gitlab.com/barrel-db/erlang-rocksdb/blob/master/doc/rocksdb.md

Sources are available on gitlab: https://gitlab.com/barrel-db/erlang-rocksdb/tree/master

Or via hex: https://hex.pm/packages/rocksdb

Exop on StreamData

A story about how I was inspired by Andrea Leopardi’s talk “Property-based testing is a mindset” he gave at ElixirConfEU 2018 in Warsaw, Poland, and what is ExopData as the result of this inspiration.

Exop + StreamData = ExopData - a tool which helps you generate data and write property-based tests.

https://medium.com/@andreichernykh/https-medium-com-andreichernykh-exop-on-streamdata-75a2115d150d

Easy Concurrent Locking for Erlang/Elixir

This is a tiny library I threw together as I realised it would be useful in a couple of scenarios. The source is in Erlang, making it easy to use in both languages, and has example usage in both.

Check it out here: https://github.com/whitfin/sleeplocks

Distributed Phoenix Chat with PubSub PG2 adapter

Distributed Phoenix Chat with PubSub PG2 adapter

In this article we see how to cluster Phoenix Chat nodes, using distributed Elixir. We see how pg2 works and inspect how Phoenix efficiently broadcasts the messages in a distributed chat app.

Parsing Text with Context Free Grammars Elixir

Parsing complex text requires a context-free grammar, here is a brief video tutorial on how to work with them

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_-a2P8G3ms

Free Email Course on building Releases with Elixir

I have created a new Email Course on building releases with Elixir.

http://bit.ly/elixir-release-ecourse

My Advent of Code 2018 Recap

https://dsdshcym.github.io/blog/2019/01/29/my-advent-of-code-2018-recap/

In this blog post, I wrote about what I learned from AoC 2018:

  • Stop Thinking, Start Solving (Don’t get paralyzed by complexity estimations)
  • Functional thinking (a.k.a Streams v.s. Recursion)
  • Don’t Use Processes for Encapsulation (To spawn, or not to spawn?)
  • Binary Search FTW

Sending millions of HTTP requests using GenStage

http://big-elephants.com/2019-01/facebook-genstage/

Hey Siri, Deploy My Elixir App

I made another post on using Actions with Elixir code: This time, I deploy an app to the Heroku Container Runtime using Siri.

https://jclem.net/posts/2019-01-28-hey-siri-deploy-my-elixir-app/

TestIex — Easier Test Driven Development in Elixir.

https://medium.com/@olshansky/testiex-easier-test-driven-development-in-elixir-761cd1a9f11