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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.
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.
Using partial templates are a great way to break up larger, more complex templates. In this episode we see how easy it is to use them with Phoenix.
Plug is an essential tool when building web applications in Elixir. In this episode we’ll dive into function plugs by building one and using it in an existing Phoenix application.
ex_debug_toolbar is a great new Elixir project that makes it easier to debug Phoenix applications and see stats about them. In this episode we’ll learn how to use it with an existing Phoenix application.
Phoenix 1.3 represents a major shift in how to build and think about Elixir Phoenix applications. In this episode learn how to upgrade an existing Phoenix application to 1.3.
Creating custom error pages helps give your application a consistent feel - even when something goes wrong. In this episode we’ll customize the 404 and 500 error pages in a Phoenix application.
Many people look to slugs for URLs that are memorable and easy to share. In this episode we’ll see how easy it is to use slugs in a Phoenix application.
Phoenix is a great framework for building API’s in Elixir. In this episode learn how to create a versioned JSON API.
This episode is a simple walkthrough demonstrating how easy it is to get started using Phoenix. In it we’ll get started on a simple blogging application.