I’ve started releasing these LiveView lessons (videos and articles), which are free extracts taken from the bigger course
Build a Cryptocurrency Dashboard with Elixir and Phoenix LiveView. If you are just interested to this introductory LiveView part, you’ll find everything you need to follow it without buying the full course!
We will code our
LiveView Crypto Dashboard on the top of the Elixir application built in the first part of the full course.
Welcome to this free introductory Phoenix LiveView course, where we’ll build a real-time Cryptocurrency dashboard with Phoenix LiveView. LiveView is a new game-changing library that gives you wings, drastically simplifying and speeding up the...
Est. reading time: 2 minutes
I’ve just published a new lesson of the course! In the
previous lesson we got a taste of the LiveView’s magic, in this lesson we are going to see how LiveView really works and what happens behind the scenes when a user connects.
Many thanks for sharing this for free
I have added all of them to my Video Notes web app, for example the lesson for
How Phoenix LiveView Works:
I find that taking notes from what I am learning helps me retaining more of it in the long term, and also forces me to better understand the subject in order to put it down in my won words
Ah waw, that’s fantastic!
Just published a new episode in which I explain:
Layouts, how they work with regular views and LiveViews.
How to update the page title in LiveView.
.leex LiveEEx template file
In this lesson we are going to see: Layouts, how they work with regular views and LiveViews. How to update the page title in LiveView. .leex LiveEEx template file
Est. reading time: 5 minutes
I’ve just published a new lesson of this
free LiveView course. In this episode we see how to start coding user interactions with: bindings, debounce, live flash messages, click and form events etc.
In this lesson we are going to see how to handle user interactions in our LiveView, going through many examples on how to use Phoenix bindings, show live flash messages, button clicks and form events.
Est. reading time: 10 minutes
It’s been a while. I really needed to take a few months of break from building content, so I could come back refreshed and with more energy!
I’ve just published two new episodes of this free LiveView course:
There are many new things in LiveView and I’m planning to create new content to fill the gap.