Phoenix LiveView is now public as we work towards our first release! I don’t think my inbox could take any more messages asking for access :D— Chris McCord (@chris_mccord) March 14, 2019
I updated a form to have multiple steps with progression indicator, interactive user selection with filtering, and real-time validation on field blur all with #LiveView on @progressplum. Phoenix LiveView makes everything so much better! 🚀#MyElixirStatus pic.twitter.com/jlN7rGitKb— Alex Garibay (@_AlexGaribay) March 29, 2019
Finally had time to play a bit around with #LiveView.— Felix Klement (@FelixKlement) March 29, 2019
Big kudos to @chris_mccord and everyone who worked/is working on it.
Code: https://t.co/X8pW3UKl1N#myelixirstatus pic.twitter.com/6YUw3QlyYa
Currently building a logic simulator library and a separate @elixirphoenix #LiveView display for the library. Each node is a GenServer, they communicate through message passing. #MyElixirStatus pic.twitter.com/DyKIW2Sef3— Mike Binns (@1stAvenger) March 29, 2019
@elixirphoenix LiveView can redefine Full Stack Web development— Lucian Parvu (@lucianparvu) March 22, 2019
JS libs (like D3.js) can be ported to the server
I can see solutions based on morphdom being adopted in @rails and @djangoproject
I just did a quick SVG LiveView test.
Built an SVG tool with @elixirphoenix LiveView with renders as you type. Handling user updates and server-side updates in the same module makes the code really cohesive. https://t.co/IQkNK6Jfae #myelixirstatus pic.twitter.com/hvZClPfUqD— Michael (@mmmries) April 14, 2019
It's a server-side calculator. You know, just in case you didn't have one on your phone, or desk, or watch :)— Scott Meade (@smeade) March 17, 2019
88 lines of live view: https://t.co/YQGnjZM976 …
40 lines html:https://t.co/lzuMRzcxzD … #myelixirstatus #liveview Phoenix LiveView pic.twitter.com/DA33cXzGVt
Seriously.— Max R. Cerrina (he/him) (@alephnaught2tog) March 16, 2019
I know I am posting a ton about this trivial clock but like. Look at that. Live-rendered from the server, no JS on my part.
EVERY. 1. MS.
I had to literally film my laptop screen to get video where it was clear enough.
Phoenix LiveView is not. kidding. around. pic.twitter.com/YYMWALeGQa