@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.
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
Have you played with @elixirphoenix #LiveView yet? It’s *INSANE*. This is a quick test app re-computing and re-rendering over 200 rows of data every 1/10 of a second. I wrote no JS code. Bravo @chris_mccord and team! #MyElixirStatus pic.twitter.com/E1oEkje8Ji— Geoffrey Lessel (@geolessel) March 20, 2019
Had some fun with Phoenix LiveView by @chris_mccord. Built a simple "Adventure Capitalist" clone. I wrote only server-side code, zero lines custom JS. Rendering animations in 60fps because why not. #myelixirstatus pic.twitter.com/2vEtxBUb4E— Eric Teubert (@ericteubert) March 17, 2019
At last I made SeaBattle game...without js! Thx to @chris_mccord and all #LiveView contributors. Repo: https://t.co/QsWOCzs0J3, example: https://t.co/xgqEoHbnF8 #myelixirstatus pic.twitter.com/XA4bncsjJK— Alexander Tuktarov (@AlexanderTukta1) April 4, 2019
Had a look at some @elixirphoenix #LiveView examples online and ended up porting a (non-optimised) real-time chat to live view.— Cassius Pacheco (@CassiusPacheco) March 30, 2019
Phoenix LiveView allows us to create real-time apps with no custom JS, impressive!
Started building a personal Kubernetes dashboard with @elixirphoenix LiveView. No client side JS. Running on a real system (with obfuscated names).— Dmitrii (@dmitriid) April 18, 2019
For video, https://t.co/q6jiDVSZ7a
If I don't get discouraged or lazy, I will detail what I'm doing in a blog post. Some day :) 1/ pic.twitter.com/WyMx71EFt9
I could rewrite a ux keypad (selection panel) without a line of js, it works great and it's easily reusable.— Jose Esteves (@ponyesteves) May 6, 2019
Thanks @chris_mccord and Phoenix LiveView teamhttps://t.co/MMm3Tp1ftt#MyElixirStatus pic.twitter.com/gE4i8GKyDG
Spent yesterday building a chat app with @elixirphoenix, #liveview and #phoenixpresence. The live view clocks in at 91 LOC, incl. message broadcasting and user presence tracking! Still reached for *some* JS to handle chat window UI. Blog coming soon! https://t.co/W0zWb3Xsj8 pic.twitter.com/j3CvUKYPDH— Sophie DeBenedetto (@sm_debenedetto) May 5, 2019
Decided to give Phoenix LiveView a try. I'm building this tool that kinda helps me keeping notes of my meetings, and seemed like a good opportunity to use LiveView and @clearbit's API. Kodus to the @elixirphoenix team, didn't write 1 single line of JS to make this works pic.twitter.com/jpCF0t13KB— João Moura (@joaomdmoura) April 30, 2019
I have seen a few questions on combining @elixirphoenix LiveView with @alpine_js. So I wrote a short tutorial about it and also had the pleasure to use @tailwindcss Tailwind UI for the example.https://t.co/s4CUopSb7L pic.twitter.com/y6u5Y96VV4— FullstackPhoenix (@FullstackPhoen1) March 31, 2020