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Chris McCord
Creator of the Phoenix Framework, Author of Metaprogramming Elixir, Programmer at , builder of things
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Chris McCord Apr 23
Replying to @fxn
This is why I don’t share my slide deck separately. It lacks the vast majority of context, which can lead the reader to the wrong conclusions
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Chris McCord Apr 19
It is only EEx aware. Other templating lang support isn’t planned
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Chris McCord Apr 19
It shouldn’t be needed, because anything can return a LiveView.Rendered struct (using ~L), and it will be diffed, so your tag functions can return leex and everything works
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Chris McCord Apr 19
The optimizations still work with nested helper calls. For ex `<%= my_helper(, ) %>` would only be invoked if foo or bar changed. For nested, pure `render` calls, we also optimize, so it should just work even if you do `render(MyView, “template.html”, assigns)`
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Chris McCord Apr 19
My Phoenix LiveView keynote from ElixirConfEU is out detailing the LiveView life-cycle and how we achieve our diffing optimizations with ’s work on the LiveEEx engine:
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ElixirConf Apr 9
Want to be a speaker at ElixirConf US 2019! The Speaker CFP is NOW OPEN! Find out more at
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Chris McCord Apr 13
You wouldn’t use lambda because Elixir and Phoenix *is a scalable environment * :)
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Chris McCord Apr 11
Replying to @paweldude
it will be posted on YT soon. Usually the videos go up a couple weeks after the conference
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Chris McCord Apr 9
Replying to @L0PATIN
💯
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Chris McCord Apr 9
Replying to @L0PATIN
Emacs, *evil-mode*. Can we still be friends? :D
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Chris McCord Apr 9
Replying to @jmattheij
💯 , nor will it ever be used to handle any of the requests or rendering :)
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Chris McCord Apr 9
Replying to @jmattheij
Phoenix js uses webpack as its internal build tool for asset bundling of live_view.js + morphdom.js. FYI you can use the bundled phoenix_live_view.js without your own node.js build pipeline
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Ulisses Almeida Apr 8
talking about Broadway developed by the
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Chris McCord Apr 5
❤️❤️❤️
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Chris McCord Apr 3
Phoenix LiveView demos continue to amaze me! Check out ’s blackjack game 👏🏻
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Dan Carlo Maglasang Apr 3
Built a BlackJack game without using javascript! My first stab at using . Just a POC so there may bugs :P .
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Chris McCord Apr 3
Replying to @toranb @josevalim
This is great! Nice work!
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Chris McCord Apr 2
It’s also distributed out-of-the-box! If you have multiple browsers connected to multiple nodes, it just works™ too :)
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Chris McCord Apr 2
Replying to @SebastianSzturo
such as more data visualization, with light UI interaction, like this demo
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Chris McCord Apr 2
we will have latency sims for dev, as well as css loading states for UX latency accommodation. There is also some things we can do with optimistic UI. Check the issue tracker. Also worth noting that some use cases fare perfectly well with more latency than others
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