Posts tagged "elixir"

Updating to use Elixir releases

Elixir v1.9 will ship with releases support and in this blog post we want to show how we have used this exciting new feature on the project. Installing Elixir master Since Elixir v1.9 is not out yet, we need to use the development version. Locally, my preferred approach is to use the Elixir plugin … »

What’s new in Elixir – Apr/19

Hi everyone, we are back with another edition of What’s new in Elixir! Let’s get started. mix release has been added! Besides basic releases support, it supports runtime configuration, customization via templates files, custom steps, and more. A huge thank you to both Distillery and Relx teams for the prior work that made releases in … »

Announcing the RabbitMQ Connector for Broadway

Since the announcement of Broadway a couple of months ago, we’ve received a very positive response from the community. We were able to gather some great feedback regarding the architecture, suggestions for extending the API and requests for new connectors to allow attaching other technologies to Broadway pipelines. One of the most requested additions was … »

ExDoc v0.20: Keyboard shortcuts, autocompletion, full-text search, and more!

ExDoc v0.20 has been released with many exciting new features: keyboard shortcuts, search improvements, and more! At Plataformatec, we are particularly happy and proud to have contributed and sponsored some of the work behind this new release. Let’s take a look at some of the new capabilities. You can see them live at too! … »

Announcing Broadway

In December 2018, we published the Plataformatec and Elixir: 2018 in review article, in which we shared some of our achievements throughout the year, as well as some of the goals we planned for 2019. One of these goals was to engage the R&D team to develop a new open source tool that could streamline … »

Building a new MySQL adapter for Ecto Part IV: Ecto Integration

Welcome to the “Building a new MySQL adapter for Ecto” series: Part I: Hello World Part II: Encoding/Decoding Part III: DBConnection Integration Part IV: Ecto Integration (you’re here!) After DBConnection integration we have a driver that should be usable on its own. The next step is to integrate it with Ecto so that we can: … »