My first encounter with Elixir: https://trydis.github.io/2016/03/07/elixir-string-calculator/
Thank you for sharing this link. I’m going to use it as part of my subversive plan to move Elixir into my organization.
Understanding State with Elixir Agents - Quentin Thomas
If you want to build an Elixir web application there’s no doubt that the Phoenix framework is the most full featured option out there. However, if you’re looking for something a little simpler, like an endpoint for web hooks, then there are some alternatives. In this post we’re going to look at how to use Cowboy and Plug. Cowboy is a small web server written in Erlang. It’s fast and built to be modular. Plug is very similar to Rack (if you’re coming from Ruby).
1 post was split to a new topic: Two million web servers
Elixometer and InfluxDB - John P. Daigle
I started a blog series, walking through the process of starting a new Elixir project. I’m not sure how far I’ll make it, but I’d like to explore some of the key features of Elixir while working toward a minimally functional time series database.
Feel free to check it out and throw me some feedback.
@Strofcon, sharing this is highly appreciated. Thanks! Though can’t read it thoroughly for now, I will definitely bookmark it.
@greyhwdnz, glad to hear it!
Part 3 is up now as well: Getting Started with ExUnit for Testing
Wow pounding hard @Strofcon! Thanks!
What are the best way to test and document Elixir/Phoenix JSONAPIs?
I’m curious about that myself, haven’t gotten that far yet. I’m hoping to get a simple JSON API in place in the next couple of weeks, and will hopefully come across some useful bits then.
Just bookmarked this whole thread. Hope I have time to get back to it
yea I was thinking something in the likes of https://github.com/zipmark/rspec_api_documentation for rails but for phoenix
Elixir debugging techniques - Plataformatec
I published the following blog post on some pattern matching basics and a generalized use case. Would love to hear comments!: