This post was originally posted at https://www.rymai.me/2016/10/02/bootstrapping-the-maldon-project/.
In this first post of the Let Maldòn rise again! post series, we will:
This post was originally posted at https://www.rymai.me/2016/10/01/let-maldon-rise-again/.
I have a project on my mind for some time now. The project is to rewrite the Maldòn application (maldon.io) –which was initially developed in PHP for an internal Dailymotion hackathon in 2 days– with a new Web stack I want to try.
This post was originally posted at https://www.rymai.me/2015/12/08/populating-database-tables-from-a-csv-in-elixir/.
The next step after scaffolding my first Phoenix project was to populate my database with data representing French departments (departments are administrative divisions, we have 101 of them) and communes (communes are the smallest administrative divisions, we have 36,681 of them!).
This post was originally posted at https://www.rymai.me/2015/10/22/scaffolding-a-phoenix-project/.
Last weekend, Macha and I had a new project idea that will need an API server used by an Android app (to begin with). Since I’m very excited about Elixir and Phoenix these days, that’s the perfect occasion to start a new Phoenix project!
This post was originally posted at https://www.rymai.me/2015/07/28/why-i-am-excited-about-elixir/.
For more than five years I’ve been a proficient Rubyist, working with Ruby day and night. For one year and a half now I’m working with PHP. PHP was actually my first Web programming language, back in 2004. I’m ok to work with PHP but I really miss the excitment of using a more developer-friendly language like Ruby.