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Amazing insights into errors and performance issues, plus host metrics and an easy to use custom metrics platform.
We already know how to use Elixir inside Docker so now is time to run Phoenix application as a docker container.
Today I want to teach you guys how to upload files to Amazon S3 for your Phoenix application.
There’s an excellent write-up on authenticating users against an LDAP database with Phoenix which was created by Richard Nyström. For some reason even though it’s barely a year old, there seem to be a few points that are either out of date or simply incorrect. I worked through his example and I wanted to share a few amendments to his original code in the interests of other developers who may want to use LDAP with Phoenix.
If memory serves right, it’s been several years since I first dabbled in Elixir, but it was about a year ago I really started putting some serious effort into learning Elixir, and as a result I made two libraries in the machine learning space: Simple Bayes, a Naive Bayes text classifier implementation, and Stemmer, an English (Porter2) stemming implementation.
Erlang and C first appeared within 14 years* of one another. In the 30+ years together both languages have gone through many changes. The methods of interoperability have also changed with time.