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changelog.com - Hacker to the 💚

  •    Elixir

This is the CMS behind changelog.com. It's an Elixir application built on the Phoenix web framework, PostgreSQL, and many other great open source efforts. Probably not. We won't stop you from doing it, but we don't advise it. This is not a general purpose podcasting CMS. It is a CMS that is specific to Changelog and our needs. From the design and layout to the data structures and file hosting, we built this for us. An example of just how custom it is — we literally have our podcast slugs hardcoded in areas of the code. Yuck.

wallaby - Concurrent browser tests with elixir

  •    Elixir

Because Wallaby manages multiple browsers for you, its possible to test several users interacting with a page simultaneously. Read on to see what else Wallaby can do or check out the Official Documentation.

acme_bank - An example ☂ project

  •    Elixir

See README of each application to learn more about what it does. Most apps contain a "wishlist" of features that might makes sense for that app. The idea is not to implement these features but to show how each particular app can grow in complexity and thus how important it is to keep it separate. Acme Bank can be deployed to Heroku, see the Heroku Deploy button at the beginning of the README. MasterProxy is used as the main entry point to the application: it binds to the port exposed by Heroku, and forwards requests to web apps.

ElixirBooks - List of Elixir books


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.

phoenix_swagger - Swagger integration to Phoenix framework

  •    Elixir

PhoenixSwagger is the library that provides swagger integration to the phoenix web framework. Follow the getting started guide to install and configure PhoenixSwagger.

coincoin - Blockchain based cryptocurrency proof-of-concept in Elixir. Feedback welcome

  •    Elixir

coincoin is a cryptocurrency proof-of-concept implemented in Elixir. It's an umbrella project that focuses on the 2 main components of (most of) the existing cryptocurrencies: the blockchain and digital transactions. It's goal is to be as simple as possible but complete enough to technically understand what's going on behind Bitcoin or Ethereum for example.

terraform - A simple plug for incrementally transforming an API into Phoenix

  •    Elixir

Terraform is a simple Plug designed to work with Phoenix. Terraform allows you to incrementally transform an older API into one powered by Phoenix - one endpoint at a time. View the demo Phoenix app.

bootleg - Simple deployment and server automation for Elixir.

  •    Elixir

Simple deployment and server automation for Elixir. Bootleg is a simple set of commands that attempt to simplify building and deploying Elixir applications. The goal of the project is to provide an extensible framework that can support many different deployment scenarios with one common set of commands.

Loopa-News - Realtime social news app developed from scratch with Elixir, Phoenix, Vue and Vuex

  •    Javascript

Loopa News is an open source social news app (ala Hacker News) built from scratch with Phoenix, Vue, Vue Router and Vuex. Inspired by Microscope, a popular tutorial app developed with Meteor. [1] React to model changes from the controller and broadcast them to all the clients subscribed to a particular Phoenix channel.

phoenix_etag - ETag support for phoenix

  •    Elixir

Conditional request (ETag & modified-since) support for Phoenix.Based heavily on code from hex_web.

avatica - Avatica is an Apache Phoenix/Avatica driver for Go's database/sql package.

  •    Go

In other words, the scheme (http), address and port is mandatory, but the schema and parameters are optional.This is the JDBC username that is passed directly to the backing database. It is NOT used for authenticating against Avatica.

blog - my phoenix version blog

  •    TypeScript

my phoenix version blog

phoenix_html_simplified_helpers - Some helpers for phoenix html( truncate, time_ago_in_words, number_with_delimiter, url_for, current_page? )

  •    Elixir

It is also able to import(use) in each view helper files.Or uses Timex.format!("{relative}", :relative) instead, like this.

formulator - A form library for Phoenix

  •    Elixir

Formulator is part of the thoughtbot Elixir family of projects. You also get the added benefit of having a class of has-error on the input when there is an error associated with the attribute.

ember-phoenix-chan - Ember-data adapter mixin for Elixir Phoenix channels

  •    Javascript

Elixir has a great web framework called Phoenix that ships with support for real-time communication (via sockets / long poll). Ember, being a front-end framework, can benefit a lot from gaining real-time capabilities. This addon grabs phoenix.js from the Phoenix framework and puts it into your Ember app.

messengyr - A clone of Facebook Messenger. Built with Elixir + Phoenix.

  •    Elixir

A clone of Facebook Messenger. Built with Elixir and the Phoenix framework.