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Ready to dig into Supervisors? In this episode we’ll get introduced to them by updating an existing supervisor its corresponding worker to use the Elixir 1.5 syntax.
In this episode we’ll add user authentication to a Phoenix application. We’ll create forms that allow users to sign up and sign in. Then we’ll see how we can require users to authenticate before accessing certain controller actions.
If you’ve needed to upload and transform images in your Phoenix application this episode’s for you. We’ll use Arc to create multiple versions of our files and upload them to Amazon S3.
In this episode we’ll add a simple search form to a Phoenix application. We’ll use Ecto to build our search query, along with PostgreSQL’s ‘ilike’ to make our search case-insensitive.
In this episode we’ll learn how to accept payments using Stripe. We’ll integrate Stripe Checkout into an existing Phoenix application in order to easily accept payment and shipping information.
One of the great features of Phoenix is how easily it allows developers to include realtime functionality in applications. In this episode we’ll use Channels to build a simple chat application in 8 minutes.
In this episode we’ll take what we did in Charts with Chart.js Part 1 and build on it. Let’s take advantage of Phoenix and use Channels to make our chart update in realtime.
In Part 1 of this series we’ll set the foundation by building a simple chart using the chart.js library. Our chart will display a static count of our movie genres.
Gravatar is a great way to easily display avatars. In this episode we’ll create simple helper function that we’ll use to display a user’s Gravatar.