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hex package manager https://hex.pm/
iex (elixir’s interactive shell) https://hexdocs.pm/iex/
heroku https://www.heroku.com
whatsapp https://www.whatsapp.com
klarna https://klarna.com
basho http://basho.com
elixir on slack https://elixir-slackin.herokuapp.com/
elixir forum http://elixirforum.com
@elixirlang on twitter https://twitter.com/elixirlang
meetups around the world http://elixir.meetup.com
wiki with events, resources and talks organized by the community https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/wiki
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issue tracker https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/issues
emacs mode https://github.com/elixir-lang/emacs-elixir
alchemist (emacs elixir tooling) http://www.alchemist-elixir.org/
textmate / sublime text bundle https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir-tmbundle
sublime plugin https://github.com/vishnevskiy/elixirsublime
vim elixir https://github.com/elixir-lang/vim-elixir
alchemist.vim (vim elixir tooling) https://github.com/slashmili/alchemist.vim
gtksourceview (gedit) https://github.com/steffenbauer/elixir-gtksourceview
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home install guides learning docs blog packages elixir is a dynamic, functional language designed for building scalable and maintainable applications. elixir leverages the erlang vm, known for running low-latency, distributed and fault-tolerant systems, while also being successfully used in web development and the embedded software domain. to learn more about elixir, check our getting started guide. or keep reading to get an overview of the platform, language and tools. platform features scalability all elixir code runs inside lightweight threads of execution (called processes) that are isolated and exchange information via messages: current_process = self() # spawns an elixir process (not an operating system one!) spawn_link(fn -> send current_process, {:msg, "hello world"} end) # block until the message is received receive do {:msg, contents} -> io.puts contents end due to their lightweight nature, it is not uncommon to have hundreds of thousands of processes running concurrently in the same machine. isolation allows processes to be garbage collected independently, reducing system-wide pauses, and using all machine resources as efficiently as possible (vertical scaling). processes are also able to communicate with other processes running on different machines in the same network. this provides the foundation for distribution, allowing developers to coordinate work across multiple nodes (horizontal scaling). fault-tolerance the unavoidable truth about software running in production is that things will go wrong. even more when we take network, file systems, and other third-party resources into account. to cope with failures, elixir provides supervisors which describe how to restart parts of your system when things go awry, going back to a known initial state that is guaranteed to work: import supervisor.spec children = [ supervisor(tcp.pool, []), worker(tcp.acceptor, [4040]) ] supervisor.start_link(children, strategy: :one_for_one) language features functional programming functional programming promotes a coding style that helps developers write code that is short, fast, and maintainable. for example, pattern matching allows developers to easily destructure data and access its contents: %user{name: name, age: age} = user.get("john doe") name #=> "john doe" when mixed with guards, pattern matching allows us to elegantly match and assert specific conditions for some code to execute: def serve_drinks(%user{age: age}) when age >= 21 do # code that serves drinks! end serve_drinks user.get("john doe") #=> fails if the user is under 21 elixir relies heavily on those features to ensure your software is working under the expected constraints. and when it is not, don’t worry, supervisors have your back! extensibility and dsls elixir has been designed to be extensible, letting developers naturally extend the language to particular domains, in order to increase their productivity. as an example, let’s write a simple test case using elixir’s test framework called exunit: defmodule mathtest do use exunit.case, async: true test "can add two numbers" do assert 1 + 1 == 2 end end the async: true option allows tests to run in parallel, using as many cpu cores as possible, while the assert functionality can introspect your code, providing great reports in case of failures. those features are built using elixir macros, making it possible to add new constructs as if they were part of the language itself. tooling features a growing ecosystem elixir ships with a great set of tools to ease development. mix is a build tool that allows you to easily create projects, manage tasks, run tests and more: $ mix new my_app $ cd my_app $ mix test . finished in 0.04 seconds (0.04s on load, 0.00s on tests) 1 tests, 0 failures mix is also able to manage dependencies and integrates nicely with the hex package manager, which provides dependency resolution and the ability to remotely fetch packages. interactive development tools like iex (elixir’s interactive shell) are able to leverage many aspects of the language and platform to provide auto-complete, debugging tools, code reloading, as well as nicely formatted documentation: $ iex interactive elixir - press ctrl+c to exit (type h() enter for help) iex> c "my_file.ex" # compiles a file iex> t enum # prints types defined in the module enum iex> h iex.pry # prints the documentation for iex pry functionality iex> i "hello, world" # prints information about the given data type erlang compatible elixir runs on the erlang vm giving developers complete access to erlang’s ecosystem, used by companies like heroku, whatsapp, klarna, basho and many more to build distributed, fault-tolerant applications. an elixir programmer can invoke any erlang function with no runtime cost: iex> :crypto.md5("using crypto from erlang otp") <<192, 223, 75, 115, ...>> to learn more about elixir, check our getting started guide. we also have online documentation available and a crash course for erlang developers. news: announcing genstage join the community #elixir-lang on freenode irc elixir on slack elixir forum @elixirlang on twitter meetups around the world wiki with events, resources and talks organized by the community important links source code issue tracker crash course for erlang developers code editor support emacs mode alchemist (emacs elixir tooling) textmate / sublime text bundle sublime plugin vim elixir alchemist.vim (vim elixir tooling) gtksourceview (gedit) atom package intellij elixir visual studio elixir elixir radar newsletter a weekly elixir email newsletter with content curated by plataformatec. elixir radar weekly newsletter subscribe now created at plataformatec offers consulting and development services for companies using elixir. © 2012-2016 plataformatec. all rights reserved.


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