Posts tagged under "elixir"

Working around rate limiting external apis with Elixir

By Sreenadh TC on April 20, 2021
Fetch movie rating from several API without hitting rate limits on failure retries
Tagged under: elixir, redis

Real world usecase for GenServer and Agent in Elixir

By Sreenadh TC on August 28, 2020
Understand Agents in Elixir with a real world use case of refreshing OAuth2 access token
Tagged under: elixir, otp, agent, genserver

What I Learned while working on an Elixir App

By Atul Bhosale on August 28, 2020
Learn tips about working on an Elixir App
Tagged under: elixir, ecto, recursion, transaction

Nuances of Elixir Releases for Phoenix Applications

By Sreenadh TC on August 18, 2020
Understand some of the scenarios of deploying a Phoenix application using Elixir Releases
Tagged under: elixir, phoenix, ecto

A real world use case with Elixir Recursion

By Atul Bhosale on July 29, 2020
Learn to solve a business use case with Elixir Recursion
Tagged under: elixir, ecto, recursion

A Full Stack Guide to Graphql: Elixir Phoenix Server

By Jawakar Durai on March 20, 2020
Build a full-blown GraphQL service which will let you query, change and create records in the database using elixir's web framework: Phoenix
Tagged under: graphql, elixir, phoenix

Extract data from a QR code in Elixir

By Atul Bhosale on February 27, 2020
Learn to extract data from a QR code in Elixir
Tagged under: elixir

Overlap an image over a QR code using Mogrify

By Atul Bhosale on January 2, 2020
Learn to overlap an image over QR code using Mogrify in Elixir
Tagged under: elixir

Elixir Remote Debugging

By Emil Soman on November 22, 2017
Learn how to connect to a production Elixir node from the local shell and use the debugger GUI to set breakpoints and debug.
Tagged under: elixir, docker, distribution

Elixir/Phoenix deployments using Distillery

By Yuva on November 26, 2016
Deploy Elixir/Phoenix apps using Distillery plugin
Tagged under: elixir, phoenix

Understanding Exit Signals in Erlang/Elixir

By Emil Soman on February 29, 2016
Erlang is a powerful concurrent programming language that has Processes as a first class citizen. These are isolated by default. Just like in Unix, these processes can communicate using Signals. In this post we will see how to achieve that in Elixir.
Tagged under: elixir

Visualizing Parallel Requests in Elixir

By Emil Soman on January 15, 2016
Elixir, built on the battle-tested Erlang VM, is a language that has concurrency as its core ideas. I will introduce a monitoring utility shipped with the VM that helps us visualize HTTP requests.
Tagged under: elixir