Digests » 19
Tommy Fisher continues in his series on creating games with Elixir.
New Elixir fountain is out and this time with Lennart Friden.
Joseph Kain shows how to use Elixir for some simple data mining of Reddit posts.
John Orford explains why Elixir is a good fit for finance and how the implicit parallelism is important to that field.
Henrik Nyh's article about scoping in Elixir and macros.
Clark Kampfe explains why elixir is not as similar to ruby as it might look at the first sight and how different the Erlang VM is to Ruby interpreter.
A tool similar to FactoryGirl in Rails code that improves your testing.
Zohaib Rauf dives into Phoenix channels implementation over web sockets.
Garry Rennie shows how Phoenix got to the point where it can handle loads of simultaneous connections.