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We recently finished up a large Phoenix project at Infinite Red, and we learned some tips and tricks along the way that I want to share. Overall, we’ve been impressed at how well organized and maintainable a Phoenix project can be beyond 10,000 lines of code.
This blog post series is going to go through the basics of Elixir for someone coming from the Ruby programming language.
Nathan Long recently published Elixir and IO Lists, Part 1: Building Output Efficiently where he described using IO lists to make your own code more efficient.
In this post I’m going to explain that it is relatively easy to implement your own simple email & password authentication with the help of Guardian & Comeonin in a fresh silky-smooth new Guardian app.
In the first post of this series we introduced the Loops With Friends app, and implemented channel joining, presence tracking, loop cycling, and event broadcasting with Elixir and Phoenix. In the second post, we added jam balancing by leveraging an Elixir agent. Please see those posts to learn more about those topics.