I’ve been using Elixir for a few weeks now, sometimes forcing it to play nice with Mongodb/Meteor , which it doesn’t really want to do. Sometimes with Posgres (which it loves). Sometimes just plain ole’ Elixir with no persistance.
It is realllllly fun!
I have been watching Elixir for almost 2 years now, and debating if it’s mature enough for me to invest in.
Obviously Erlang is super-mature, and Elixir is quite stable, but it’s a question of “is the community mature enough yet?”
Since I’m now writing this, I believe it is “ready”, and I’m beginning a journey to build out some services in Elixir to stand up next to existing node services (meteorjs) and slow move funcitonality over to to Elixir.
Chapter One: Proof of Concept, Mongo is supposed to be Simple.
This article is a deep dive into how to profile and optimize your client side code to make smarter use of the new dynamic imports…
Which will make meteor load faster for your users.