View example.ex
case Connection.open(amqp_url) do
{:error, reason} -> # pattern matching
Logger.error(["Cannot establish connection to RabbitMQ, reason:", inspect(reason)])
{:error, reason}
{:ok, connection} -> # pattern matching
{:ok, channel} = Channel.open(connection) # pattern matching
Exchange.declare(channel, @exchange, :fanout)
View keybase.md

Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am leikind on github.
  • I am leikind (https://keybase.io/leikind) on keybase.
  • I have a public key ASDfZ5OGmfASmpWp5FyIxWP0wwPHAP3YNEp0D4Xn6SQ54go

To claim this, I am signing this object:

View upgrade.md

If you want a run-down of the 1.3 changes and the design decisions behidn those changes, check out the LonestarElixir Phoenix 1.3 keynote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMO28ar0lW8

To use the new phx.new project generator, you can install the archive with the following command:

$ mix archive.install https://github.com/phoenixframework/archives/raw/master/phx_new.ez

Bump your phoenix dep

Phoenix v1.3.0 is a backwards compatible release with v1.2.x. To upgrade your existing 1.2.x project, simply bump your phoenix dependency in mix.exs:

View shapes.rb
require 'set'
module Shapes
class Coordinate < Struct.new(:x, :y)
def inspect; "#{x}:#{y}"; end
end
class Line < Struct.new(:p1, :p2)
def inspect
View auth_examples.ex
defmodule Efrontback.AuthExamples do
alias Efrontback.Device
alias Efrontback.User
alias Efrontback.Repo
use Efrontback.Web, :model
def no_schema() do
real_device_token = "abcdefg"
View ruby_poor_mans_monads.rb
# kinda library code
def pack(v)
[v]
end
class Array
def unpack
self[0]
end
View pack_string_in_number_and_back.rb
def string_to_number(str)
Integer('0b' + str.unpack('B*')[0])
end
def number_to_utf8_string(num)
str = [num.to_s(2)].pack('B*')
str.force_encoding(Encoding::UTF_8)
end
p string_to_number("мудак")
View resize.go
package main
import (
"fmt"
"github.com/nfnt/resize"
"image/jpeg"
"io"
"os"
)
View elixir_coin.md

ElixirCoin

Let's build a small distributed system to mine a new cryptocurrency and become millionaires in ElixirCoins!

An ElixirCoin is a {secret_string, positive_integer} pair for which the MD5 digest of the concatenation of the secret string with the given integer is a hash whose hexadecimal representation starts with at least 5 consecutive zeroes.

For instance:

  • {"foo", 123} is not an ElixirCoin because the MD5 hash of foo123 is ef238ea00a26528de40ff231e5a97f50
  • {"Serun+u", 1} is a valid ElixirCoin because the MD5 hash of Serun+u1 is 00000011f4de73238f12fb2c57d5dc56
View SignalOfRandomNum.elm
module SignalOfRandomNum where
import Graphics.Element as GE
import Time
import Random
import Maybe exposing (..)
randomIntSignal : Int -> Int -> Signal Time.Time -> Signal Int
randomIntSignal lo hi inputSignal =
let