Erlang Term Storage is a useful feature of Elixir programming language. Let’s take a look at what it does and build a module for wrapping ETS functions with GenServer.
How to overcome Elixir’s limitations when dealing with big mathematical operations? Solving them in another language. This tutorial will show you how to launch Python in Elixir for selected problems. Read on!
Wondering how to cope with long-loading data of your Elixir/Phoenix app? This is when GenServer in Phoenix Live View comes in handy. Let me show you how to use it!
The clearer the source code of your Elixir/Phoenix application, the better. If you need tips on how to make it simpler, read this tutorial.
Elixir is a programming language created in 2011 by José Valim. Let’s take a look at its current status a year before it turns a decade old.
2020 is here and tech conferences are in plans of many companies, startup founders, software developers and technology enthusiasts. Based on the scope of web and mobile development services at Prograils, as well as our own experiences, we have chosen 15 hottest events, conferences, summits - you name it - happening this year.
Some time ago, we have published an article with case studies of four major companies using Elixir in production. These companies were Bleacher Report, Discord, Moz and Pinterest. The list is definitely longer. Let's now take a look at some famous websites built with Elixir and Phoenix.
The debate over Ruby’s possible decline and the brand new era of Elixir seems to be alive and well in the dev community with threads like ‘Is Ruby on Rails dead?’ and ‘Will Elixir Phoenix destroy Ruby on Rails?’ on Quora and numerous similar topics on Reddit. But what if we are asking the wrong questions?
Being still a new language, Elixir has had many adopters among tech giants such as Discord, Pinterest, Bleacher Report and Moz. Find out what issues they were able to solve thanks to making the switch.
And because we think it’s a proper way to showcase our developers' skills. What’s more, we believe it’s right to encourage people like you to learn and improve. We are part of the movement based on knowledge sharing and we are proud to say thanks with a learning resource so awesome as our Free Elixir Course.