I enjoy writing Elixir applications. A lot. So much so, I’ve made a lot of mistakes and stubbed (ha!) a few of my proverbial toes (perhaps fingers in this case?)

As such, I’ve tried to capture what I’ve learned about Elixir and put them into tutorials that others could use as well.

Elixir is still a fairly new language as far as web technologies go, so the amount of resources out there is small, but growing. I thought I would tutorials for places where content seemed to be lacking and I knew I had experience.

OK, and it’s not just Elixir. Also, Phoenix tutorials. And a variety of topics. Tutorials covering everything from Elixir data collections to Elixir testing to the Phoenix web framework.

You can see a list of them below. I’ll write more, so you can check back here for the latest ones.


How to Solve Elixir’s Module Is Not Available

How to Count Specific Items in a Collection with Elixir


How to Use IEx.pry in Elixir Tests

How to Test Asynchronous Text Changes with Hound and Phoenix