Issue #41 - How Pattern Matching works in Elixir
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Developing for Alexa using Elixir
The folks at LessEverything wrote an Alexa Skill in Elixir for their own personal use. Here's what they learned in the process.
How Pattern Matching works in Elixir
Pattern Matching is one of the fundamental concepts that we need to master while learning Elixir.
Introducing Weave for Elixir
Weave provides runtime configuration. This becomes relevant when you produce an artifact (like a docker image) that will be deployed to multiple environments, where the configuration is different for each.
Phoenix Presence for Social Networks
How do you track the connection state of multiple users in a social network, where we require scalability and user privacy and where each user's social network is different from the others?
A Module By Any Other Name: Aliases in Elixir
Modules provide a way for us to organize our code and we can alias modules. But when we use aliases, then what are they an alias for?
Documentation as Tests
Rohan describes how you can make your documentation also be the unit tests for your functions.
Multi-Language Flowex Components
This post shows how to use flow-based programming and Erlang ports to connect Ruby, Python and Shell based components in an Elixir application.
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