Every topic is part of a feature implementation and the combination of all of them is the application itself.
- Defining URLs
- Handling different types of requests
- Request parameters
- Rendering HTML templates
- Using static assets
- Querying the database
- Database structure and migrations
- Database mapping
- Using external dependencies
- Sign up and Sign in of users
- Restricting access to specific areas
This chapter explains the main differences between Rails and Phoenix, and the advantadges in adopting this framework.
Chapter: Getting Started
This chapter covers how to set up the environment and how to create a Phoenix application, that will be used in every chapter.
About the Author
Elvio Vicosa has been working with Ruby and Rails for almost a decade now. Currently works as CTO at volders, a Berlin based company, where he is leading the migration of our Rails projects to Phoenix.