As Ruby on Rails is our main stack, it’s natural that we’ve already paid attention to object-oriented programming with Ruby. But today we’ll present you 3 cons of Object Oriented Programming that you can apply to other languages as well.
We already introduced how you can use Elixir and Phoenix for building extremely high performance and low maintenance system. Now we are ready to answer the question why Phoenix templates make web development so great?
Two days ago you could find the post about JWT on our blog. We hope it helped you to understand the nature of application tokens. But for today, the special tool was found! Jaxon is a JSON parser with streaming support for Elixir.
Over the past few years, Prometheus has emerged as one of the leading options for gathering metrics and alerting. Why don’t you start monitoring your Elixir app with Prometheus? We found a small intro that will help you with setting instrumentation and viewing your metrics.
Earlier we tried to explain you Elixir programming language from the Rubyist’s perspective. Elixir and Ruby are similar in some points and one can benefit from using some core principles of the other. Today we found the other post that explains how learning Elixir can make you a better programmer.
It seems, that this digest will be the last in 2018. So we tried to complete it with the most viable, useful and interesting information you will need at the beginning of 2019. We picked different technologies we were using this year and grouped them for you easy-to-find the needed one. Please, enjoy! And don’t forget to follow Syndicode’s updates in 2019. We are happy to have you with us! Now’s the time for Syndicode Digest #75 – New Year’s Jedi!
KaufmannEx is a library for building Kafka backed services in Elixir. Highly parallel and efficient! Lets go through the details of basic service implementation with KaufmannEx.
It’s about 13 days left until 2019! Have you already planned your calendar for some great Elixir/Ergalg conferences? Here we’ll give you the selection of the most interesting Elixir and Erlang events in 2019 you shouldn’t miss! Visit as many as you can to improve your skills and find more cool programmers to follow up.
Future is already here! You can clearly see it when using different IoT devices. You used to it and don’t recognize the great software behind. This time we want you to hear about Nerves framework for developing embedded software with Elixir. Its name is NervesHub and it can help you to manage over-the-air firmware updates for Elixir and Nerves!
Here in Syndicode we see the great future for Elixir. That’s why we spend quite a lot of time investigating its features and tools. And today we are presenting Elixir’s MIME, a read-only and immutable library that embeds the MIME type database, so, users can map MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) types to extensions and vice-versa.
There were busy days! Due to the lack of time and bunch of projects, we couldn’t share with you all those great news we found. But today’s digest is a special digest. We’ll include here everything that you could have missed and everything that you should know in the future. The tech stack is evolving with a speed of sound and that’s fantastic! Welcome to our new Syndicode Digest #74 – Charity fair!