There's a bit of a division in the Elixir community about whether or not to deploy with Kubernetes. At Codedge, we think it's a great idea, and it's only made our deployments more robust with time. Let's dispel some of the myths
Most of the time we are connecting to Salesforce via an Elixir API server written in Phoenix that receives requests from a Vue.js front-end to send to or retrieve data from Salesforce.
Elixir + Kubernetes, an awesome combination for any software deployment. Why isn't everyone using it?
A difficult truth in software is that there is always something new and your understanding of what is best will always be in a constant state of change and adaptation to the latest version of technology.
Software is hard. Writing good software is harder. We all know that code should be easy to read, but often times simplifying one area might increase complexity in another. We've seen
The sudden, unprecedented, wide-scale social teleworking experiment that we are all a part of has been a huge success, and there’s no going back once Pandora’s box has been opened.
Pigeon is the most popular Elixir push notification library for iOS and Android. This is Part 1 in a series of tips on using the package more effectively, written by its author, Henry Popp.