Happy Friday Everyone,
ElixirConf Europe 2017 is going on in Barcelona, Spain since last 2 days. José Valin, creator of Elixir and Chris Mccord, creator of Phoenix were present to address the crowd. The fun doesn’t end here. The schedule is filled interesting talks on Elixir protocols, monitor and debugging, keeping code consistent, etc by several other speakers. As everybody else, we are also very excited to know the details.
This week’s roundup covers topics such as improving Capistrano deployment performance, image upload in Phoenix using S3, React UI builder, and much more.
Ruby on Rails
Stripe webhooks - How the author uses Stripe webhooks for dynamic management of Stripe Events
Improving Capistrano Deployment Performance - Here are some tips for speeding things up while deploying rails application through Capistrano.
Phoenix With Image Upload To S3 In An Api: Implementation And Testing - How to implement image uploading with Arc and S3 and test it.
Setting up Gitlab CI for Elixir/Phoenix on your VPS - Step by step guide showing how to combine Gitlab.com with your VPS to run CI builds using Docker.
Phoenix and Vue.js Up and Running in Minutes - Setting up a bare-bones Phoenix/Vue.js app with Nanobox.
Creating React Components in Structor — React UI Builder. - Running through a brief tutorial about how to create a React component using Material UI library.
How (and why) to use D3 with React - Few approaches of data visualisation to pick while creating a React app.
Managing State in React and React Native using ReSub - Introduction to ReSub, a library released by Microsoft + Open Source for writing React components that automatically manage subscriptions
Optimising React Application - Tips for optimizing the performance of your React application
Unit-Testing a ViewController - How to architect and use unit testing to full potential in Swift.
How to Calculate Time and Tempo in Swift - A simple way to work with tempo as a unit in Swift.
Introducing AdaptiveTableLayout Library - Introduction to AdaptiveTableLayout library for working on CSV files for Android
HTML & CSS
Sakura: A Minimal Classless CSS Framework/Theme. - A new lightweight classless CSS framework with multiple themes for making a quick decent looking website.
Introducing Sizzy —a Tool For Developing Responsive Websites Crazy-fast - Previewing multiple different screens together to test responsiveness of websites with Sizzy.