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bamboo - Testable, composable, and adapter based Elixir email library for devs that love piping.

  •    Elixir

This README follows master, which may not be the currently published version! Use the docs for the published version of Bamboo. Bamboo is part of the thoughtbot Elixir family of projects.

cog - Bringing the power of the command line to chat

  •    Elixir

Cog brings the power of the command line to the place you collaborate with your team all the time -- your chat window. Powerful access control means you can collaborate around even the most sensitive tasks with confidence. A focus on extensibility and adaptability means that you can respond quickly to the unexpected, without your team losing visibility.

ElixirBooks - List of Elixir books

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Official Elixir starting guide that will take you through the language foundations. You will also explore how to build projects with Mix and OTP, and it will introduce you to more advanvced techniques suchs as meta-programming. Adoption is more than programming. Elixir is an exciting new language, but to successfully get your application from start to finish, you’re going to need to know more than just the language. You need the case studies and strategies in this book. Learn the best practices for the whole life of your application, from design and team-building, to managing stakeholders, to deployment and monitoring. Go beyond the syntax and the tools to learn the techniques you need to develop your Elixir application from concept to production.

drab - Remote controlled frontend framework for Phoenix.

  •    Elixir

Drab extends Phoenix Framework to "remote control" UI on the browser, live. The idea is to move all User Interface logic to the server-side, to eliminate Javascript and Ajax calls. First at all, you need to have a Phoenix application, on top of which you will install Drab. If this is a standard app, generated with mix phx.new, you may use Drab Installer to make it running in one, simple step. Otherwise, see Manual Installation section below.




thesis-phoenix - A lightweight, bolt-on, intuitive content editing system for Elixir/Phoenix websites

  •    Elixir

If you are having problems, view README_INSTALL.md for manual instructions. This install script will add Thesis to your config/config.exs and lib/yourapp_web.ex, as well as generate migrations and an authorization module in your lib/thesis_auth.ex.

constable - Better company announcements

  •    Elixir

Constable is part of the thoughtbot Elixir family of projects. Use bin/console to start the console. Use bin/console staging|production to start the console in staging or production.

accent - ▴ Open-source, self-hosted, developer-oriented translation tool

  •    Elixir

The first developer-oriented translation tool. Accent’s engine coupled with the asynchronous flow between the translator and the developer is what makes Accent the most awesome tool of all. The Accent API provides a powerful abstraction around the process of translating and maintaining the translations of an app.

elixir-phoenix-realworld-example-app - Exemplary real world application built with Elixir + Phoenix

  •    Elixir

Elixir (Phoenix) codebase containing real world examples (CRUD, auth, advanced patterns, etc) that adheres to the RealWorld spec and API. This codebase was created to demonstrate a fully fledged backend application built with Elixir and Phoenix including CRUD operations, authentication, routing, pagination, and more.


gringotts - A complete payment library for Elixir and Phoenix Framework

  •    Elixir

Gringotts is a payment processing library in Elixir integrating various payment gateways, drawing motivation from Shopify's activemerchant gem and commerce_billing. Checkout the demo here. Gringotts offers a simple and unified API to access dozens of different payment gateways with very different APIs, response schemas, documentation and jargon.

redbird - A Redis adapter for Plug.Session

  •    Elixir

Redbird is part of the thoughtbot Elixir family of projects. All redbird created keys are automatically namespaced with redbird_session by default. If you'd like to set your own custom, per app, configuration you can set that in the config.

brady - Template Helpers for phoenix applications

  •    Elixir

Brady is part of the thoughtbot Elixir family of projects. Brady provides helper functions for use within Phoenix templates.

loaded.bike - Phoenix/Elixir web app for exploring and sharing bicycle touring routes

  •    Elixir

Phoenix/Elixir web app for exploring and sharing bicycle touring routes

elixir-phoenix-react-redux-todo-list - A collaborative todo list with realtime updates

  •    Javascript

Now you can visit localhost:4000 from your browser. Ready to run in production? Please check our deployment guides.

estimator - Elixir side-project: Collaboratively estimate Jira stories (for remote teams)

  •    Elixir

Now you can visit localhost:4000 from your browser. Ready to run in production? Please check our deployment guides.

reactive-interaction-gateway - Your UI deserves an API, too!

  •    Elixir

In short: handling asynchronous events. Instead, let RIG handle those connections for you. RIG is designed for scalability and allows you to concentrate on the actual business logic. Back-end (micro)services no longer have to care about connection state, which means they can be stateless, making it very easy to roll out updates to them. Sending notifications to all online devices of a certain user becomes as easy as POSTing a message to an HTTP endpoint.

alloy_ci - Continuous Integration, Deployment, and Delivery coordinator, written in Elixir.

  •    Elixir

AlloyCI is a Continuous Integration, Deployment, and Delivery coordinator, written in Elixir, that takes advantage of the GitLab CI Runner, and its capabilities as executor. It also provides its own runner, the Alloy Runner, which is a fork of the GitLab CI Runner, with extra capabilities. It aims to bridge the gap between GitLab's CI runner and GitHub. GitLab's CI runner is tightly coupled with GitLab, so it is not possible to use one of these runners from a GitHub codebase.

veil - Simple passwordless authentication for your Phoenix apps

  •    Elixir

Simple passwordless authentication for your Phoenix apps. If you click the sign-in link in the top right and enter your email address, you'll be sent an email with a sign-in button. Click this to re-open the website and you'll see you are now authenticated.

firebird - Template for Phoenix 1.3 projects

  •    Elixir

Infinite Red's boilerplate for new Phoenix projects, using Dave Thomas's excellent Elixir project generator. While Phoenix comes with some good defaults out of the box, if you're building a non-trivial application you'll need to make some different choices. Infinite Red ships Elixir/Phoenix web applications and websites regularly and we've found that using Yarn, Webpack, and some other tooling makes our lives easier.

docker-phoenix - A dockerized Phoenix development and runtime environment.

  •    Shell

I have been working on a long-running personal Phoenix project since Phoenix 1.0.2. Over the past year and a half or so, Phoenix and Elixir have undergone numerous changes, and some of them (okay most of them) broke my application code. Things really went south after I found myself working on multiple different projects that were built on different Phoenix versions. This reminded me a lot of the early Ruby and Rails days (and fighting rbenv and bundle). Welcome to 2016, the year of Docker. This project was conceived to deal with the issues of running different Elixir and Phoenix versions and supporting the development of apps built with different Elixir and Phoenix versions.