GitHub - sger/ElixirBooks: List of Elixir booksIt combines the productivity and expressivity of Ruby with the concurrency and fault-tolerance of Erlang. First, it offers a quick overview of the Elixir language syntax, along with just enough functional programming to use it effectively. Then, it dives straight into OTP and shows how it helps build scalable, fault-tolerant, and distributed applications through several fun examples. Readers will rediscover the joy of programming with Elixir and remember what it feels like to be a beginner again. Experience with Erlang or another functional programming language is helpful.
The Story of The Little Elixir and OTP Guidebook - Part I
I especially enjoy reading about behind-the-scenes stories like the one I am about to tell you. Hopefully, you are no different. I am a sucker for stickers. One fine day, a certain Dave Thomas was asking on Twitter who wanted Elixir stickers. I am someone who would ever miss up on something free , obviously wanted a gajillion stickers. Ok fine, so I just asked for three.
As a fan of Elixir and Phoenix, I thought I should take some time to write a constructive review of the book so that others who are looking for a good book on this very topic can choose for themselves. The book will not teach you Elixir or Phoenix. It assumes you have some knowledge of both. I felt the same. To get the best out of this book, you should have some familiarity with both Elixir and Phoenix. Although, there are numerous resources on these topics, I would recommend the below three —.
fellowship of the ring book 2
GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. - You begin with a quick overview of the Elixir language syntax, along with just enough functional programming to use it effectively. Elixir is an elegant programming language that combines the expressiveness of Ruby with the concurrency and fault-tolerance of Erlang.