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Showing the most recent resources. The latest one is from 2020-05-29.
  • Krep kumaş türleri oldukça dökümlü ve salaş bir görünüme sahip olan kumaşlardır. Kristal Krep kumaşlar hazır giyim sektöründe kullanılmaktadır. Vücuda kesinlikle yapışmayan dökümlü özelliği ile bayan giyimde sıklıkla tercih edilmektedir. Ayrıca tesettür giyim için de uygun bir kumaş türüdür.
    Article  Added by modelistt // www.modelistlik.gen.tr // 2 days ago
  • An introduction to Elixir programming for beginners
    Article  Added by amigos-maker // learn-elixir.com // 7 days ago
  • A short blog post detailing how to get the state of a LiveView process with iex
    Article  Added by toranb // toranbillups.com // 20 days ago
  • Ebru Kursu ve Ebru Sanatı Tarihi hakkında bilgiler.
    Article  Added by yeniumitmodelistlik // www.yeniumitmodelistlik.com // 22 days ago
  • Gerçek ismi “Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel” olan “Coco Chanel” 19 Ağustos 1883’te Fransa’nın Saumur kentinde hayata gözlerini açmıştır. “Coco Chanel, yedi kişilik bir ailenin çocuğuydu ve 6 yaşında iken anne Jeanne’i tüberküloz nedeniyle kaybetti.
    Article  Added by yeniumitmodelistlik // www.yeniumitmodelistlik.com // 22 days ago
  • Cookie-based authentication has been the default method for handling user authentication. But how to it for WebSockets?
    Article  Added by biklas7 // coletiv.com // 23 days ago
  • Learn how to protect 🔒 your AWS S3 files in your #elixirlang project using Arc, in our latest blog post.
    Article  Added by biklas7 // coletiv.com // 25 days ago
  • Check out my latest blog post on Phoenix LiveDashboard to learn how you can go about using it in your Phoenix application :)
    Tutorial  Added by akoutmos // akoutmos.com // 27 days ago
  • Using Enum.sort on your Elixir project can cause problems, depending on your Elixir version. In this article, Nuno explains how to properly sort lists by date using Elixir.
    Article  Added by biklas7 // coletiv.com // about 1 month ago
  • Do you work on Elixir projects that need to handle file uploads from users?

    Waffle is a flexible library, developed by one of our engineers — Boris Kuznetsov — which does the hard work of handling file uploads for you, whilst providing easy integration with storage services such as Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, Azure, RackSpace Cloud, as well as image manipulation tools such as ImageMagick, so that uploaded files can be optimised on-the-fly!
    Article  Added by evtauri // evrone.com // 2 months ago
  • Ever wanted to learn how to set up a structured logging solution in Elixir? Check out my latest post to learn how you can set up Grafana's Loki along side a Phoenix application and extract all those valuable logs!
    Tutorial  Added by akoutmos // akoutmos.com // 3 months ago
  • “First you find it strange. Then you can’t get enough of it.” - This was what our newest member Nuno, thought while learning about Elixir.
    Article  Added by biklas7 // coletiv.com // 3 months ago
  • Elixir is a functional, distributed, general purpose programming language that runs on BEAM, an Erlang virtual machine. The Erlang VM ensures distributedness, fault tolerance, soft real-time execution, and metaprogramming, with macros and polymorphism implemented through protocols. At our software development company, Evrone, we have significant experience using Elixir and functional programming

    https://evrone.com/elixir
    Tutorial  Added by evtauri // evrone.com // 3 months ago
  • Learn how to write rate limiters using Erlang queues, GenServers and Task.Supervisor
    Tutorial  Added by akoutmos // akoutmos.com // 5 months ago
  • Even though Phoenix LiveView is marketed as a solution that lets you write no JS code at all, some modern app features require doing this. Michal’s article explains how to use JS hooks to handle connection failures and display push notifications in Phoenix LiveView.
    Article  Added by vincentvanbush // curiosum.dev // 6 months ago
  • After bootstrapping the Messenger app, Michal’s article explains how to use Phoenix PubSub & Pow for live updates and authentication.
    Article  Added by vincentvanbush // curiosum.dev // 6 months ago
  • In the latest episode of our Modern Talking with Elixir series, Michał explains how to create DB structure and first LiveView pages for a Messenger app.

    There is an overview of Ecto schemas behind the app's data model, and essential LiveView callbacks are explained on a practical example.
    Article  Added by vincentvanbush // curiosum.dev // 7 months ago
  • A lightning talk intended to highlight the unique availability offered by the Erlang virtual machine. I contrast a CPU heavy workload using Python, Nodejs and Elixir
    Tutorial  Added by toranb // vimeo.com // 7 months ago
  • Metaprogramming sounds scary, but in Elixir you don’t need supernatural powers to use it to great success. Read Michał’s article at Curiosum.dev to learn about how macros work & see some useful macro writing techniques.
    Article  Added by vincentvanbush // curiosum.dev // 7 months ago
  • I wrote this blog post to help others searching for intermediate find and replace regex examples in Elixir
    Article  Added by toranb // toranbillups.com // 7 months ago
  • Phoenix LiveView is awesome for building reactive UIs without JavaScript. Michal’s article at Curiosum.dev explains why, and commences a tutorial series on using it to build a Messenger-like app.
    Tutorial  Added by vincentvanbush // curiosum.dev // 7 months ago
  • I decided to explore the world of functional programming. It was like a promise of better performance and productivity. I then asked myself - “Why not try Elixir”? I wanted to build scalable web applications that are reliable, fault-tolerant and efficient.
    Article  Added by tb // selleo.com // 7 months ago
  • In this blog post, Simon explains in-depth what's the difference between alias, import, require and use in Elixir.
    Article  Added by szsoppa // curiosum.dev // 7 months ago
  • Learn how the functional nature of Elixir helps manage transactional pipelines using Ecto.
    Article  Added by szsoppa // curiosum.dev // 8 months ago
  • This is part 1 of a 2 part post. In this one, we’ll move from a traditional Phoenix controller-driven application to one that is live-updating. In part 2, we’ll add add some interaction with the ability to comment. This part includes an embedded video of doing the conversion live during a meetup talk.
    Article  Added by geolessel // geoffreylessel.com // 8 months ago
  • This post shortly describes how to create embedded schemas in Ecto to save a JSON data structure on your database, and how to implement a direct database search on this same field.
    Article  Added by pedromlcosta // coletiv.com // 9 months ago
  • My story about reversing the google cloud SDK to generate and sign JWT for googles text to speech api

    I wrote this piece explicitly to help others searching around for JWT + Elixir (on the token generation side of the problem) as I came up empty :)
    Article  Added by toranb // toranbillups.com // 11 months ago
  • Are you having problems with memory management while using GenServers? Then maybe you should take a look at our latest article for some tips!
    Article  Added by biklas7 // coletiv.com // 11 months ago
  • How 9elements fixed a dashboard reporting feature under time pressure, leveraging what Elixir already has to offer. Would this have been possible in other languages, and with what risk?
    Article  Added by schnittchen // 9elements.com // 11 months ago
  • We are a multi sided marketplace showcasing an open source selection of oscilloscopes from all test and measurement manufacturers.

    Our goal is to provide customers with the largest selection of products possible, while making it easy for them to select the features they want.

    Simultaneously, our open source aggregator allows for manufacturers to come in and upload, edit, and upgrade their data sheets free of charge.
    Service  Added by mjavala // www.oscilloscopesource.com // 11 months ago