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Onward with Erlang

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Yeah, I get the feeling that the future, at least, the one I am trying to follow since I decided to dabble in web developing, is in Elixir/Erlang/Phoenix Framework. A couple of more articles that have again struck a chord follow:

https://medium.com/infinite-red/phoenix-is-rails-5-f6d28e57395#.lvn02ng4y

http://ferd.ca/the-zen-of-erlang.html

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Written by nkartcode

08/02/2016 at 11:00 PM

Posted in Erlang

Use webpack instead of brunch for asset building(phoenix)

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Written by nkartcode

08/02/2016 at 12:48 PM

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Getting started with nerves project

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Written by nkartcode

07/02/2016 at 2:14 PM

Posted in Erlang

Idioms for Building Distributed Fault-tolerant Applications with Elixir • José Valim

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Written by nkartcode

23/12/2015 at 8:47 PM

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Fast, Parallel, or Reliable: Pick 3, a Tour of Elixir

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Written by nkartcode

22/12/2015 at 10:39 AM

Posted in Erlang

Phoenix Framework

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A framework that sits on Elixir and provides a great concurrency and robust infrastructure leveraging the performance and stability of Erglang (Whatup uses erlang to scale its system). What is more important is that phoenix framework is based on the idea of rails:

https://github.com/phoenixframework

A couple of links for starting with Elixir:

https://robots.thoughtbot.com/testing-a-phoenix-elixir-json-api

http://gogogarrett.sexy/programming-in-elixir-with-the-phoenix-framework-building-a-basic-CRUD-app/

Written by nkartcode

30/08/2015 at 12:15 PM

Posted in Erlang

Trasport level security for Rabbitmq

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Today I was working on a messaging scheme transporting messages from client to server. Link needed to be secure and found out that rabbitmq lets you do this through ssl. Cool

http://docs.openstack.org/security-guide/content/ch038_transport-security.html

Written by nkartcode

23/05/2014 at 1:36 PM

Posted in Erlang, Uncategorized