Elixir/Phoenix uptime monitor tutorial vol. 6. This time you'll learn how to utilize Ecto functions for data serving. Curious? Let's start!
What are modules? Why do we use them at all? What do we apply them to? What’s the difference between deep and shallow ones? Let’s delve into the basics of modular design.
After routing and controllers, let us take a few looks at data gathering in an Elixir/Phoenix application. In the fifth part of our website uptime monitor tutorial, you'll learn about the available data gathering options in the Phoenix framework, how your application can benefit from Quantum, and testing.
Before we delve into the topic of data gathering in Elixir/Phoenix, let us focus on another core aspect of our uptime monitor application: routing and controllers.
How to handle authorization and authentication in your Elixir/Phoenix project? Read the second part of our uptime monitor tutorial, and learn about building your own solution, utilizing external dependencies, as well as using a native Phoenix solution: mix phx.gen.auth.
Welcome to the first part of our Elixir/Phoenix tutorial series. In this one, you will learn how to build an uptime monitor for websites and web applications. Step one: setting up the project.
Wondering how to quickly dismiss the Flutter module in you Android mobile app? This short tutorial is for you!
Wondering how to manage the Flutter framework from a native iOS app, and, more specifically, how to call and dismiss FlutterViewController? Let’s see how it works!
In this tutorial I’d like to show you how to present
UIButton over all visible views in your mobile app. This solution is designed for iOS 13 and newer versions, so it can be implemented in
In this short tutorial, I’d like to show you how to implement secured elements to
UITextField, though a bit differently than usual. I mean, without accessing KeyChain and shared passwords in iOS (or even macOS).