Are there any free video tutorials?

learning-resources
phoenix
#1

I love the Phoenix and Elixir docs, but I always tend to learn faster when I watch a video of someone explaining things and then I implement it myself.

Any suggestions ? Youtube doesn’t have much to offer and usually for other frameworks there are free resources available.

Thanks in advance!

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#2

We have some free videos on our site. They’re marked with “public” you are welcome to take a look https://www.codemy.net/posts/elixir-setup-plug-and-cowboy-004/sets/elixir-foundation

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#3

On YouTube the Tensor Programming videos are quite good. I found out about them through @OvermindDL1 on this forum. They give a clear explanation of processes, for example.

Also, I understand if you can’t afford it but I’d generally recommend buying content. I know that I typically take videos more seriously if I’ve bought them. If you decide that you can spend a bit of dosh, there’s this thread: https://elixirforum.com/t/are-there-any-premium-videos-for-learning-phoenix/.
I can personally vouch for PragDave’s course and the stuff at Pragmatic Studio.

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#4

Try Elixir Casts. Many of their videos are free, which can be viewed either on their official site or on their Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEJIWmO9DIE83i6_qmJXqjQ

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#5

I made a series of videos on GenServer basics with a few usage examples at omgneering.com (It’s a youtube channel)

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#6

I have a lot of videos on my channel “The Beam Channel” https://www.youtube.com/c/beamchannel

There is nothing much on Phoenix yet, but a lot on Elixir and Erlang. I am sure I will do some Phoenix stuff at some point.

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#7

Check out the Screencasts section of Awesome Elixir:

Then there’s also a similar section on elixir-lang.org:

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#8

If you aren’t entirely new to programming then I can highly recommend Alchemist Camp on YouTube.

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