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Improving UX with Phoenix Channels & React Hooks

This is a guest post by Alex Griffith, originally published on the Flatiron Labs blog. Alex is an engineer at The Flatiron School. He is also an incredibly talented teacher who happens to have a hilarious twitter handle Integrating Learn.co with a Partner Organization As part of a project…

JWT Auth with Phoenix and React Router 4

Since I clearly cannot get enough of JWT authentication, here's a look at how to use it to authenticate your shiny new Phoenix API with a React + Redux front-end application, using React Router 4. In this post, we'll cover: Using React Router 4 to set up both regular and authenticated…

Real-Time React with Socket.io: Building a Pair Programming App

The best things are real-time things, so I won't bore you with another introduction on why we all need to build real-time features into our applications. People want to chat and share files and collaborate on documents and projects and put pictures of cats on things in real-time. So, how…

Rails 5 Action Cable with Multiple Chatroom Subscriptions

In my apparently never-ending quest to do more Action Cable all the time, I decided to tackle a implementation of Rail 5's Action Cable with multiple chatroom subscriptions. While the newly updated Rails docs provide excellent explanations and examples, there does seem to be a dearth of info on setting…