Posts tagged "elixir"

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: … »

Building a new MySQL adapter for Ecto, Part III: DBConnection Integration

Welcome to the “Building a new MySQL adapter for Ecto” series: Part I: Hello World Part II: Encoding/Decoding Part III: DBConnection Integration (you’re here!) Part IV: Ecto Integration In the first two articles of the series we have learned the basic building blocks for interacting with a MySQL server using its binary protocol over TCP. … »

Plataformatec and Elixir: 2018 in review

As the company behind Elixir, Plataformatec has been involved with Elixir since its conception through José Valim, Elixir’s creator, co-founder and Director of R&D at Plataformatec. This year we set up a new challenge for us: we would like to increase the team of developers working on the Elixir ecosystem from 1 developer to 3 … »

Building a new MySQL adapter for Ecto, Part II: Encoding/Decoding

Welcome to the “Building a new MySQL adapter for Ecto” series: Part I: Hello World Part II: Encoding/Decoding (you’re here!) Part III: DBConnection Integration Part IV: Ecto Integration Last time we briefly looked at encoding and decoding data over MySQL wire protocol. In this article we’ll dive deeper into that topic, let’s get started! Basic … »

Let’s learn Elixir together on Advent of Code!

Hi everyone, Advent of Code is a series of small programming puzzles for a variety of skill sets and skill levels in any programming language you like. Advent of Code was created by Eric Wastl and it starts on December 1st of every year. We get one new puzzle per day, until December 25th, with … »

What’s new in Elixir – Nov/18

Hi everyone! We are back with another edition of “What’s new in Elixir”. This time we are working towards Elixir v1.8 which should be out next January. Here are some highlights of what have already made to master: mix test now supports the –max-failures flag (commit) The Inspect protocol can now be easily derivable and … »