Hey, I’m comparatively new to this forum, so I would appreciate any feedback if I had to choose another category or do something else with the post.
Anyway, I wanted to share an example of a pull request where I’ve successfully upgraded Phoenix in quite a little application I’m working on from time to time.
It was successfully upgraded from Phoenix 1.6.11 to 1.7.2 (including all the dependencies), and I hope that it will be useful for some folks who are looking for similar information.
Here is the link to the PR: Upgrade to Phoenix 1.7 plus other dependencies by cr0t · Pull Request #29 · cr0t/lexin · GitHub
There are a couple of main sources of information on what to be upgraded that was used:
- layouts, templates, and views are shuffled around; this also leads to a bit more straightforward directories hierarchy
- partials are rendered with the new syntax:
- <%= render("_service_worker_loader.html") %> + <._service_worker_loader` />
- we get free HTML formatting out-of-box for all
*.heexfiles; though it does not the perfect job to
- static routes and
~psigil saves horizontal and vertical space
- we need to support
CoreComponentsmodule which is by default Tailwinded (it contains Tailwind classes everywhere); it was not such a big deal for our little app