Update – Sept 19, 2016
There’s now an Ember addon – ember-phoenix – that aims to provide integration between Ember and Phoenix. In my most recent project I used it, found it helpful, and would encourage you to take a look.
This is how I recently implemented a bootstrap alert helper for flash messages in a Phoenix app. It’s a pretty basic first solution that uses Elixir’s pattern matching to display the appropriate flash message type based on what’s currently set.
This made building the buttons a fairly painless process:
Update April 6 2018 –– edeliver is great, but for a new application I would also suggest looking at Nanobox –- I have not personally used Nanobox for Elixir yet, but for Rails applicatioins it is brilliant and I imagine the Elixir support is equally...
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I’m doing some interesting work for a client at the moment. The core feature is displaying PDFs using the Flexpaper PDF viewer.
Full text and advanced search
Outside of Flexpaper, the application features both full text and advanced search engines...
Six years ago I wrote a Rails plugin for a few websites I was working on that required basic French/English I18n from the database. Six years later, I’m gemifying the plugin.
I’ve continued to work on this, and have now added Ember’s query params– which...