Tag Archives: Phoenix

  • Lance Halvorsen – Phoenix Is Not Your Application (ElixirConfEU 2016)
    2016-05-27 Erlang Central

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    Slides and more info: http://www.elixirconf.eu/elixirconf2016/lance-halvorsen Frameworks are a great help to web developers in all languages. The productivity increases are real, but there's a catch. Framework elements tend to entangle and overshadow an application's domain entities. This effectively chains the application to the framework. Choosing a new framework, or choosing a new interface entirely, almost certainly means a rewrite. Elixir and Phoenix offer a way out. We can build an appl ...


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  • Ben Tyler – Experimenting with Superpowered Web Services: Phoenix on Riak_Core(ElixirconfEU 2016)
    2016-05-25 Erlang Central

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    Slides and more info:  http://www.elixirconf.eu/elixirconf2016/ben-tyler Through Erlang, Elixir developers have access to some amazing tools for building resilient distributed systems. riak_core is one such tool: it provides the framework behind Riak’s high availability KV store. In this talk, I’d like to explore some unconventional architecture by using riak_core and Phoenix to build fault-tolerant stateful web applications. What happens when the app servers are also the database nodes? ...


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  • Bram Verburg – Securing Elixir Applications (ElixirConfEU 2016)
    2016-05-25 Erlang Central

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    Slides and more info: http://www.elixirconf.eu/elixirconf2016/bram-verburg Every new language or framework needs time to prove itself in production, for its early adopter to try, fail, iterate, and document what they have learned. Elixir and Phoenix can leverage the 30 years head-start of the underlying Erlang platform, but for newcomers to the platform it is not always easy to find and apply Erlang best practices. This talk explores some specific security-related aspects of Elixir, Phoenix a ...


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  • Gary Rennie – The Road to 2 Million Websocket Connections in Phoenix (ElixirConfEU 2016)
    2016-05-24 Erlang Central

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    Slides and more info: http://www.elixirconf.eu/elixirconf2016/gary-rennie This talk will discuss how the Phoenix team was able to create a single chat room with 2 million users on a single machine. Benchmarking WebSockets is a little more in depth than benchmarking HTTP requests, this talk covers the Tsung tool which was used for the benchmarks and how it can be configured for different testing scenarios. I will cover how Tsung was used to find the concurrent connection limits that Phoenix co ...


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  • Keith Salisbury – Building Multiplayer Games with Phoenix and Phaser (ElixirConfEU 2016)
    2016-05-19 Erlang Central

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    Slides and more info: http://www.elixirconf.eu/elixirconf2016/keith-salisbury Phoenix and Phaser might sound like a cheesy pop band but get these two frameworks playing nice together and you're guaranteed a party. Both are blistering fast, and incredibly easy to use. Building multiplayer games has never been easier. Talk objectives This talk will take you on a step by step guide building yourself a game template, and then using that template to create several multiplayer games. We will ...


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  • Chris McCord – Phoenix 1.2 and Beyond (ElixirConfEU 2016)
    2016-05-18 Erlang Central

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    Slides and more info: http://www.elixirconf.eu/elixirconf2016/chris-mccord Chris McCord is the creator of the Phoenix framework, and author of Metaprogramming Elixir and Programming Phoenix. He spends his days crafting OSS and web applications at DockYard. His current interests focus on new web technologies, distributed programming, and teaching others the tools of the trade. Github: chrismccord Twitter: @chris_mccord ...


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  • Jose Valim – Phoenix a web framework for the new web (Lambda Days 2016)
    2016-03-08 Erlang Central

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    Slides and more info: http://www.lambdadays.org/lambdadays2... Web developers have typically been presented with a choice between performance or a productive development environment. With Phoenix, developers can have both while enjoying a wonderful set of abstractions for working with the new web, making streaming data to browsers, native mobile application or embedded clients a breeze. Finally, we will see how Phoenix leverages the Elixir language and the Erlang VM for writing maintainable a ...


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  • Taking Off with Phoenix – Sonny Scroggin
    2015-12-11 Erlang Central

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    Slides and more info: http://www.erlang-factory.com/berlin2015/sonny-scroggin Phoenix is an Elixir framework for building scalable web applications with realtime connectivity across all your devices. Together, we'll take a guided tour of the framework, going from the very basics, to building our own realtime applications. You'll see the framework's foundations, core components, and how to use Phoenix to write powerful web services. Talk objectives: - RESTful style applications - Real ...


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  • Modern Abstractions and the Web, and avoiding Pitfalls because Life is short – Irina Guberman
    2015-11-18 Erlang Central

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    Slides and more info: http://www.codemesh.io/codemesh2015/irina-guberman Discuss existing high-level software abstractions in the context of a scalable web app. Present Erlang, Elixir, and Phoenix as great examples of powerful and useful abstractions. Also discuss a number of other languages and frameworks -- their strengths and shortcomings. Talk objectives: Philosophical discussion about importance of making insightful and unbiased software choices with lots of technical examples. ...


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  • Martin Kavalar, Martin Schurrer – Fast Continuous Deployment of an Elixir Gameserver and Phoenix Web App using Hot-Code-Upgrades
    2015-05-15 Erlang Central

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    ElixirConf 2015 Fast Continuous Deployment of an Elixir Gameserver and Phoenix Web App using Hot-Code-Upgrades Bold Poker is a Phoenix-based web application with a Elixir game server. iOS and Android clients connect to the using WebSockets. We give a short introduction to OTP releases and talk about what can be done in order to use releases without having to manually write app upgrade files. We talk about how we use our open-source Erlang and Elixir deployment tool edeliver. Edeliver i ...


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