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#430

Distributed Phoenix Chat using Redis PubSub

Hi guys!

In this article we see how to solve an issue we faced in the previous article, scaling horizontally the Phoenix Chat app. We’ll see how to integrate the PubSub Redis adapter to our chat app, and make it distributed.

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#431

https://www.jackmarchant.com/articles/using-a-genserver-to-handle-asynchronous-concurrent-tasks

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#433

Using Raxx.View in Plug applications

http://crowdhailer.me/2019-02-08/using-raxx-view-in-plug-applications/

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#434

https://www.jackmarchant.com/articles/a-comparison-of-elixir-supervision-trees-and-react-component-trees

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#436

Wrote down some thoughts about modular design in Elixir:

Comments, disagreements, and corrections are highly welcome :wink:

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#437

https://www.jackmarchant.com/articles/lonestar-elixir-conf-2019-highlights

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Phoenix LiveView Info
#438

Elixir is one of the young programming languages people mentioned a lot. We have been working on Elixir and Phoenix for several months since we started the business and we would like to share why we chose Elixir, the lessons learned, sample code and why it might be a good choice for your next project.

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split this topic #439

A post was split to a new topic: Achieving 100k connections per second with Elixir

#440

Spawning processes in Elixir, a gentle introduction to concurrency

Along with pattern matching, one of the coolest things in Erlang and Elixir is their concurrency implementation based on Actor model. In this article I introduce concurrency and show how we can start making our code concurrent in Elixir, using processes.

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#441

Blog post on common pitfalls of :ets and introduces the Ets library:

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#442

missing link?

#443

Fixed :slight_smile:

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#444

Hey Process, there is a Message for you!

Messages are a fundamental part of concurrency in Erlang and Elixir. In this article I introduce how messaging between processes works. We play with simple examples to see how a process sends and receives messages.

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Alvise Susmel's blog on Elixir
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#446

Gonna add my own post that I wrote after building my first product (written in Elixir:))

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#447
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#448
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#449

Created an Elixir Orb for Circle CI, any feedback is appreciated. If you use CircleCI for your Elixir projects, it will be useful.

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#450

A thread here on the forum inspired me to tackle optimizing a string processing script in Elixir. Documented the steps I took, the performance difference and the tradeoffs.

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#451

It looks like your blog is currently down? Although maybe I’m just having issues with .dev domains.