What should people, who starting to learn a new language or technology, start from? Of course from implementing a classic “Hello World” project and try it out. Let’s try to do this as well.
The root of this decision lays a few years earlier in my life. Actually at that time that was not about Elixir.
I wanted to start a technical blog a long time ago and I was even starting to do that.
But as most of the people, I didn’t have a schedule of publications and of course that ended up by posting extremely rarely.
I have always told myself: “I will continue… some day…”, but that day was always postponed.
You have decided to write a mobile chat app and use Ruby on Rails with ActionCable as a backend. You have followed ActionCable tutorials and succeeded to build a web-based prototype for that. But your mobile applications cannot connect to the existing channels. Sounds familiar? I had exactly the same issue.
Last month I’ve took part in the RubyRampage hackaton. Our team consisted of 3 members: me (as a back-end developer), a front-end developer and a Project Manager.