I don’t know how, when, or where but I’m going to build a blockchain that is used as a decentral report system for IUU in hopes that I can do bring more transparency to the atrocities committed in our oceans.
The lines in between
I don’t care if I never get a job working in tech again, I will never work for or support an organization that supports republican agendas.
Buy my NFT, who knows it may be worth millions when I’m dead 😬
In this post, I show you how I created a custom dissolver theme to use so I could use the paginator library with my LiveView app.
In this post we are going to start from a basic phoenix app and end with the ability to send emails with custom layout templates using Bamboo.
With the introduction of the new layouts in Phoenix 1.5, the traditional way of using
render_existing/3 for dynamically calling render changes up a little bit. In this post I show you how to upgrade your use and address a common issue many of you seem to be hitting after upgrading your layouts.
Small tutorial on how wonderful LiveView is and why you need to go and try it right now!
Not much has been said about the new 1.5.0 Release on 4/22/2020. In this post I go over some of the new not so obvious changes to the front end in Phoenix’s new generator.
In this post I will show you a simple pattern to decouple your Phoenix context so that you can specify from your controller how you want to preload your resource.
Sick of little robots making crappy requests on your site muddying up your logs? In this post I show you an example of how I filter logs from nginx and modified a fail2ban filter to block them.
Phoenix is a great framework that gives you some out of the box configurations that are good enough for hitting the ground running, but that does not mean they are the best configurations to stick with long term. This blog post explores how Phoenix by default configures Webpack per environment and how you can go beyond the default.