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ZipBooks: Free accounting software, built on Elixir & Ember

Fastest invoicing, billing, and accounting on the web!

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ExDash: Internal Elixir docs integrated with Dash

This post takes a quick look at the tools we use to accomplish this, for both internal and external documentation, with Dash, Alfred, and a new Elixir package called ExDash.

Phoenix and Vue.js Up and Running in Minutes

Phoenix is an incredibly fast and flexible web framework built in Elixir. Vue.js is a slick front-end javascript framework designed strictly to handle your app's view layer. Together, they're all sorts of awesome.

Rebuilding the Mission Impossible security system in Elixir on RaspberryPi

Yes, you’ve read that right. In this tutorial we are going to rebuild the amazing security system featured in the 1996 all time classic Mission Impossible. We will use a Raspberry Pi, lots of sensors and we’ll write the code in Elixir.

Introducing free app monitoring for Elixir apps

A year ago, our team started playing with Elixir. We liked it - a lot. In fact, it's the first language we've used since Ruby that we'd unanimously love to build web apps with.

Setting up Gitlab CI for Elixir/Phoenix on your VPS

Gitlab is a great development tool, getting better with every release. They give you access to their new-ish pipelining features on Gitlab.com for free. However, I wanted to setup the Gitlab Runner (this is what executes your CI build) on my own VPS using Docker. Gitlab makes this very easy to install, but the documentaion is spread out when it comes to setup and execution. I thought an all in one document showing all the steps would be helpful to the community.