New blog post out! I’ve written a couple small LiveView applications now, and it finally clicked on where I should place my templates and when. I also explore how the templates are rendered.
Finally took the time to write this one:
Today I published my first blog post ever. And it’s a LiveView post
Build a performant autocomplete using Phoenix LiveView and Alpine.js
New blog post unveiling the thorny path to
Tyyppi — the library bringing erland types to elixir runtime as first class citizens.
It’s kinda sequel to Generated Types in which I started a journey into using erlang types in elixir runtime.
The keynote videos from ElixirConf EU Virtual are available on the blog at https://www2.elixirconf.eu/elixirconfeukeynotetalks
I don’t blog often, but here’s my latest introspection in how Elixir and BEAM in general have positively changed my perspectives on how software should be built
or just slides:
great blog post on using mjml for emails - can highly recommend mjml when you need anything beyond text emails, and it needs to render correctly on the 100+ different email clients… (test you mail with something like https://www.litmus.com/email-testing/)
A friend of mine has just published a blog about the Elixir development environment setup.
Hope you enjoy it!
Elixir has been a part of PepsiCo eCommerce for a couple of years now.
Having done some research on it, I decided to sum up what we know about it. Enjoy reading!
I’ve written up some learnings/guide to deploying Elixir on Dokku using Ansible
While not a blog per-say, I will be releasing Elixir tips and tricks M/W/F via my twitter. A lot of these tips stem from my blog articles @ akoutmos.com but the goal is to keep code snippets to less than 30 lines for a quick dose of Elixir in the morning/afternoon/evening depending on where you are.
Check out the announcement tweet https://twitter.com/akoutmos/status/1301554820403298305 and be sure to follow me so you don’t miss out on any free content :).
Looking forward to it! Thank you!
Note: some short code snippets to read before/after work are always nice!
I’ve put together a couple of beginner level posts on Phx.Gen.Auth:
Last month, our colleague Lukas Larson launched the JIT compiler for the BEAM VM. The JIT compiler offers a performance boost of anything from 30% to 130% increase in the number of iterations per second. In our latest blog, Lukas demonstrates the performance testing of the JIT Read more at https://www2.erlang-solutions.com/jitblog2
Update on our blogs section:
You can post in one of the Official Blog Posts threads (like this one), or, via Devtalk and a new thread will be posted in our #learning-resources:blogs section here for each blog post so long as you have an account with the same primary email address on both forums (if you don’t, it will be cross-posted to our general catch all thread).
Please see this announcement for details: Calling all BEAM Bloggers!
Just a note to let you know I’ve read your real-time object detection article a few times now - there are heaps of gems in there. Thanks for putting together such a comprehensive walk-through of how to make Elixir & Python talk together.
Thank you so much @mindok!