Top 5 Elixir Markdown Projects
Interactive and collaborative code notebooks for Elixir - built with Phoenix LiveViewProject mention: Hack to the Future: A Recap | dev.to | 2022-05-06
Our resident Elixir SME, Guy Argo, worked with livebook (similar to Jupyter notebooks) to allow dynamic exploration of Lob’s Address Verification API. Or in other words, created animated maps that you could interact with; the example was following a car across town. A future application of this at Lob could include tracing the journey of a mailpiece as it makes its way from printer to mailbox. (Or tracking the Delorean as it travels back in time?)
Markdown parser for ElixirProject mention: Using Rust with Elixir for code reuse and performance | dev.to | 2021-08-19
It turned out that making the most popular Elixir Markdown processor, Earmark (originally written by Dave Thomas) and pulldown-cmark, a Rust Markdown processor, produce the same output was going to be difficult. We also required some customization that was not available in both libraries.
Bot detection and prevention for Elixir/Phoenix applications. Paraxial.io is bot detection and prevention for Elixir/Phoenix applications. Dealing with scrapers, card cracking, or credential stuffing? We take care of that.
✅ ✅ ✅ A massive repo filled with notes on everything from coding to philosophy to psychology to marketing to productProject mention: Signs that you're a bad, good, and fantastic programmer | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-08-19
Reactive publishing framework, filesystem-based with support for Markdown, nested hierarchies, and instant content rebuilding. Written in Elixir.Project mention: What's a good Content Editor in Elixir land? | reddit.com/r/elixir | 2021-12-27
There's also Pardall which might help with publishing.
Lightweight Elixir wrapper for Pandoc. Convert Markdown, CommonMark, HTML, Latex... to HTML, HTML5, opendocument, rtf, texttile, asciidoc, markdown, json and others (by FilterKaapi)
Elixir Markdown related posts
What's a good Content Editor in Elixir land?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/elixir | 27 Dec 2021
I built a new platform, using NextJS, for creating a blog & newsletter (and earning money from your readers). I focused on speed, simplicity, privacy, and beautiful design. I'd love to get some early feedback!
2 projects | reddit.com/r/nextjs | 23 Oct 2021
I’m building a self-hosted MailChimp alternative - Which features do you think are essential?
6 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 24 Feb 2021
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