Note: This is a very basic example of mix tool and escript utility. One can skip this post if already have an idea about these tools. Lets write a simple command line program which would take a String as a command line argument and display the number of vowels in it. We’ll use Elixir’s mix … Continue reading Creating command line programs in Elixir
Recently I have started spending some of my time with Elixir and following Dave Thomas’ Programming Elixir. Though I am half way through with the book, and still don’t have a very good hold on the language. After reading about processes in Elixir, I thought to write something my own so I wrote a small … Continue reading My first version of Ping-Pong in Elixir
The asset pipeline which was introduced in Rails 3.1, has been extracted to a separate gem called sprockets-rails. Performance for assets compiling has been improved. There is a open pull request to merge turbo-sprockets-rails3 to sprockets-rails, which would improve its performance further more.