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There aren't many detailed posts on how to deploy Phoenix apps to production, yet. This article is a step by step description of what I did to ship my first Phoenix app. I hope it will be a handy resource if you are searching for an easy way to achieve an automated deployment to a single server and leverage hot upgrades.
I’ve been writing Ruby code for years, and like me, you may reach out for familiar tools like Redis or Sidekiq to process background jobs and data. I’d like to show you why sometimes, pure Elixir is more than enough to get the job done.
Maxwell is a Elixir HTTP client which allow developers to customize its behavior with middleware. If you’re familiar with Faraday or Plug, then you’ll love Maxwell. Rather than re-implement yet another HTTP client, Maxwell has adapters for popular libraries like httpc, ibrowse, hackney.
Elixir v1.4 brings new features, enhancements and bug fixes. The most notable changes are the addition of the Registry module, the Task.async_stream/3 and Task.async_stream/5function which aid developers in writing concurrent software, and the new application inference and commands added to Mix.
I’ve been interested in Command Query Responsibility Segregation and event sourcing since hearing Greg Young talk on the subject in early 2010. During the past seven years I’ve built an open-source Ruby CQRS library (rcqrs); worked professionally on .NET applications following the pattern; and more recently built an Event Store (eventstore) and CQRS library (commanded) in Elixir.