- Basic Data types
- Lists, Tuples, Closures
- Pattern Matching
- Elixir Scripts
- Case, Cond, If, Unless
- Binaries, Strings, BitStrings, ChatLists
- Associative Data Structures : KeywordLists , Maps
- Modules, Guards, Default args
- Alias, Import, Require, Use
- Module Attributes
Elixir is a functional, concurrent, general-purpose programming language that runs on the Erlang virtual machine (BEAM). Elixir builds on top of Erlang and shares the same abstractions for building distributed, fault-tolerant applications.Features
- Functional Programming
- 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
In this course i will be teaching basic concepts of elixir, getting started with elixir and how to write programs in elixir.
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I am VJ, I am a software developer and engineer having about 7 years of experience in all different technologies. I love to research new technologies and share it with others.
I love to write software that scales very well.
I have written some good open-source libraries and drivers. I am here to share all the knowledge that I have related to the software industry, so you guys can learn all good and latest things as quickly as possible.
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The instructor speaks too fast, and sometimes it is very hard to understand. He keeps clearing his throat, which actually hurts my ears. He only showed how to install for Mac, although my Windows installation was actually a lot easier than his
This was generally what I needed to start but I also feel like it was put together a little lazy. There were a lot of not on-purpose mistakes left right in the course. There was also a lot of missing examples, where to describe something the instructor basically just read out of the documentation which I could have done. I want the course and the instructor to provide meaning full examples. There were also no assignments or forced problem solving. It was just kind of a bunch of syntax thrown at me, which I guess works for me. But it felt a little hollow.
Really excellent video and very nice pace . if possible share the code snippet that would be help full
it was okay but sound was too low. when will be the next level be released.