Elixir and Nerves is fun!
A nice and easy to understand Introduction to Elixir & Nerves on a RaspberryPi. Thanks to SteveGrossi I’ll have some fun today, playing with my Raspberry.
Today, I wrote my first HEX-package and published it on “hex.pm”. It is an extract of my daily work and was part of an “Umbrella-App” initially.
Inspired by Kat Tornwall’s talk about integration tests with Elixir and Phoenix I did some clean up in my integration tests of my current Elixir project. Look how much more readable they are now.
Pretty well done explanation of DDD
Best article about Erlang Schedulers, I found so far …
It took me some time to figure out how this combination works. Finally, it is rather easy.
A short summary how to deploy a Phoenix-Project to an AWS-Instance
GraphQL attracts me more and more. So, I just bought the (beta) book “Craft GraphQL APIs with Elixir and Absinthe” at “The Pragmatic Bookshelf”.
Next, I will figure out how to use GraphQL at the frontend with ELM fetching data from the Elixir backend. A combination I consider to be really faaaast and clear.
What else should a programmer do on a cloudy Sunday afternoon if not fiddle around with something new? So, since I’m practicing some functional stuff a while now (Elixir, Erlang, and Phoenix-Framework) I wonder if there is a good functional oriented frontend language for the browser. And of course, there is one: ELM-LANG
After updating Phoenix to 1.3.0 app.js was not loaded properly anymore. I got the error
module js/app not found although
js/app was loaded. e.g.
confirm: "Sure?" option doesn’t work with my delete-buttons.
Do a chat-app with elixir and angular in less than an hour.
“Java is not a programming language. … it’s an industry”
Today I started an Elixir practicing project on Github, named ‘repox’.