91 episodes

A podcast about using Elm coming from Javascript and other languages

Javascript to Elm Jesse Tomchak

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A podcast about using Elm coming from Javascript and other languages

    Elixir Fundumentals

    Elixir Fundumentals

    We're getting into the good parts of building with Elixir. From data transformation to connecting to outside systems

    • 17 min
    Elixir Ecto Models

    Elixir Ecto Models

    This project is really picking up some steam. We need to shore up just a few things on our pipeline to make deployment easier. Migrations. Then we can start to really get into the domain of how we make this app to behave.

    • 27 min
    Elixir Phoenix Plugs

    Elixir Phoenix Plugs

    Gotta admit, once I got the auth working and the deployment going, I was a bit hesitant to start adding to the project again. Because that meant, failed builds, unknown errors, and a general sense of failing. We just got things working! But's the sayin' "if it's not broken, you're not working hard enough"? So back at it I guess.

    • 28 min
    Elixir with Auth0

    Elixir with Auth0

    Why start with auth? Mostly because anything we'd want to connect or do with our site will require some level of user input, credentials to accomplish. Could we start with something else, like a feature? Sure, but sooner or later we'll need user auth / profile. So head down let's get to it.

    • 32 min
    Elixir with AppEngine

    Elixir with AppEngine

    Remember what started us down the path of managing a kubernetes cluster in the first place? No, it wasn’t our own sadistic desire to to devops in an effort to avoid building an actual project, but close. We want to be able to leverage ‘live view’ in our project, that requires websockets, which all signs pointed to not available on appengine.

    • 23 min
    Elixir Deployment

    Elixir Deployment

    When we last checked in our our struggling hero, me, I was struggling with the Jungle that is AWS and it's layers and layers of AIM roles, services accounts, interwoven services, and endless dependencies.

    Step one.

    Oh snap. After a long hard slog, and what felt like death by a thousand tiny cuts, it's working. I now have a deployed Elixir Phoenix App, building, running, rolling updating, all by git commits.

    • 30 min

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