Catchup on the latest free videos from DailyDrip

We've been heads down cranking out great new drips on some of your favorite languages. Checkout what you might have missed over the last couple of months!

Elm

Elixir

  • PCM Audio - video - Generating PCM Audio and making some noise
  • Implementing Logo, Part 1 - video - Implementing the Logo graphical programming language in Elixir with wxWidgets. In this episode we just implement the underlying GenServer.
  • Continuous Integration - video - Using Semaphore CI to automatically test a Phoenix application each time we push new code.
  • Phoenix and Elm - video - Using elm-brunch to wire your Elm application into Phoenix's default build pipeline.
  • Bamboo Email - video - A library from Thoughtbot that makes it easy to send emails that is testable, composable, and adapter-based.

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Sidekiq

  • Introduction to Sidekiq - A basic introduction and overview of the Sidekiq background processing system.
  • Installation and First Job - video - Installing Sidekiq and writing and executing your first job.
  • Serialization of Arguments - video - Considerations for data types used in arguments in your workers.
  • Error Handling - video - A discussion of Sidekiq's retry process, exception monitoring, and idempotence.
  • Signal Handling - video - Interacting with your Sidekiq worker processes via UNIX signals.
  • Deployment - video - Deploying a Rails app to Heroku that uses Sidekiq for background processing.
  • API - video - Diving into Sidekiq's Ruby API.
  • Sidekiq Pro: Reliability and Pausing Queues - video - Exploring what can go wrong with Sidekiq when workers die unceremoniously and how Sidekiq Pro resolves the issue. Also, examining the ability to pause queues.
  • Sidekiq Pro: Batches and Callbacks - video - Creating batches of jobs that can be monitored as a group, and having callbacks run when the batch is complete.

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Elm

  • Elm Weekly Drip #1 - A list of useful introductory links when early on your path to learn Elm.
  • Elm Weekly Drip #2 - Must-see links per the elm-lang slack channel and found via the Mailing List.
  • Elm Weekly Drip #3 - A collection of links from the ML, Slack, and the internet in general. A video by Richard Feldman, a way to find new Elm libraries, and dealing with CSS/HTML Animations in Elm, and more!
  • Elm Weekly Drip #4 - A bit of learning, a bit of new libraries, and a great Richard Feldman video.
  • Elm Weekly Drip #5 - A trove of useful information if you want to deep dive into understanding the core concepts behind Elm.
  • Elm Weekly Drip #6 - A heavy focus on content from NoRedInk. Everything from code style suggestions to tools to help build JSON decoders.
  • Elm Weekly Drip #7 - Structuring larger Elm apps, creating web components that use Elm internally, how languages can encourage productivity by being difficult, a blip on a Radar, and $$$$.
  • Elm Weekly Drip #8 - Visualizing Elm Signals; an awesome elm sound toy; a comparison of component styles; Elm and Elixir; another Elm intro video; and an idea for disambiguating some union tags.
  • Elm Weekly Drip #9 - Accidentally Concurrent, Fractal UI Patterns, Ray Tracing, Electron, the role of Effects and Tasks, and a discussion of producing Swift code from Elm (or not).

Html & CSS