Section 1 : An Elixir Warmup

Lecture 1 How to Get Help 2:53
Lecture 2 INTRODUCTION TO BRAINMEASURES PROCTOR SYSTEM Pdf
Lecture 3 Installing Elixir 2:1
Lecture 4 Project Outline 4:5
Lecture 5 Generating a Project 4:5
Lecture 6 Elixir Modules and Methods 6:5
Lecture 7 Lists and Strings 3:22
Lecture 8 Object Oriented vs Functional Programming 9:13
Lecture 9 Method Arguments 4:48
Lecture 10 The Enum Module 5:54
Lecture 11 Immutability in Elixir 3:57
Lecture 12 Searching a List 6:2
Lecture 13 Comprehensions Over Lists 7:12
Lecture 14 Not Everything Works the First Time 5:3
Lecture 15 Solving Nested Arrays 6:48
Lecture 16 Importance of Index with Tuples 8:34

Section 2 : Elixir's Amazing Pattern Matching

Lecture 17 Pattern Matching 10:44
Lecture 18 Elixir's Relationship with Erlang 5:15
Lecture 19 Saving a Deck 3:53
Lecture 20 Pattern Matching Continued 10:23
Lecture 21 Pattern Matching in Case Statements 14:15
Lecture 22 The Pipe Operator 4:23
Lecture 23 The Pipe Operator Continued
Lecture 24 Module Documentation 3:50

Section 3 : Testing and Documentation

Lecture 25 Writing and Generating Documentation 3:34
Lecture 26 Creating Function Docs 6:18
Lecture 27 Introduction to Testing 2:54
Lecture 28 Amazingly Productive Doctests 3:38
Lecture 29 Writing Effective Doctests 5:16
Lecture 30 Case Tests 6:53

Section 4 : A Few Side Topics

Lecture 31 Introduction to Maps 4:8
Lecture 32 Updating Values in a Map 7:56
Lecture 33 Keyword Lists 8:22

Section 5 : Image Manipulation with Elixir

Lecture 34 Project Overview 3:44
Lecture 35 Identicon Generation Process 2:33
Lecture 36 Identicon Generation Process Continued 3:3
Lecture 37 The Main Pipeline 3:21
Lecture 38 Hashing a String 4:5
Lecture 39 The Purpose of the Hex List 5:46

Section 6 : Structs - Elixir's Data Modeling Tool

Lecture 40 Modeling Data with Structs 6:46
Lecture 41 Pattern Matching Structs 10:40
Lecture 42 Updating Structs 10:9
Lecture 43 Building the Grid 8:16
Lecture 44 Mirroring a Row 5:9
Lecture 45 Mapping with Custom Functions 6:32
Lecture 46 Grid Structure 8:31
Lecture 47 Giving an Identicon Shape 9:34
Lecture 48 Planning Image Creation 7:42
Lecture 49 Creating the Pixel Map 5:48
Lecture 50 Drawing Rectangles 9:47

Section 7 : On to Phoenix

Lecture 51 Quick Note About Phoenix Text
Lecture 52 Phoenix Installation 4:10
Lecture 53 Postgres Setup on OSX 6:37
Lecture 54 What is Phoenix 6:35
Lecture 55 App Overview 7:17
Lecture 56 Into Phoenix We Go
Lecture 57 Server Side Templating 3:40
Lecture 58 Templates vs Layouts 9:31

Section 8 : MVC in Phoenix

Lecture 59 Phoenix's MVC Model 7:37
Lecture 60 Exploring the Router and Controller 9:47
Lecture 61 Views vs Templates 10:0
Lecture 62 The Model Layer in Phoenix 8:28
Lecture 63 Migration Files 5:29
Lecture 64 A Game Plan for Creating Topics 9:45
Lecture 65 Routing to the Topic Controller 7:25
Lecture 66 Setting Up the Topic Controller 6:6
Lecture 67 Code Reuse with Import, Alias, and Use 9:17
Lecture 68 Phoenix's Code Sharing Model 8:10
Lecture 69 Phoenix's Conn Struct 8:24
Lecture 70 A Phoenix Approach to Forms 4:54

Section 9 : Models in Phoenix

Lecture 71 The Topic Model 3:55
Lecture 72 Model Changesets and Validations 12:6
Lecture 73 More on Changesets 8:27
Lecture 74 Generating Changesets for the Form 6:5
Lecture 75 New Topic Form 7:49
Lecture 76 Phoenix Template Syntax 10:2
Lecture 77 Handling Form Submissions 10:41
Lecture 78 A Quick Review and Breather 8:16

Section 10 : Working with Postgres

Lecture 79 Introduction to the Repo Module 11:59
Lecture 80 Handling Failed Form Submissions 4:28
Lecture 81 Styling with CSS in Phoenix 6:34
Lecture 82 Breaking Restful Conventions Safely 6:43
Lecture 83 Using the Repo Module for Queries 7:4
Lecture 84 Building Lists in EEX Templates 6:48
Lecture 85 Redirects in the Controller 8:17
Lecture 86 Generating Anchors with Link Tags 12:9
Lecture 87 Router Wildcards 7:57
Lecture 88 Setting up the Edit Form 9:38
Lecture 89 Defining the Update Route 6:48
Lecture 90 Editing a Topic 11:21
Lecture 91 Linking to the Edit Topic Form 6:24
Lecture 92 The Resources Helper 7:0
Lecture 93 Deleting a Topic 9:44
Lecture 94 Wrapping up TopicController 6:58

Section 11 : Handling Authentication with OAuth

Lecture 95 OAuth Overview 6:28
Lecture 96 OAuth Setup with Ueberauth 7:50
Lecture 97 Creating a Github OAuth App 9:53
Lecture 98 Defining OAuth Routes 11:58
Lecture 99 Receiving User Info From Github 9:41
Lecture 100 Users Migration 7:41
Lecture 101 Digesting the OAuth Response 7:0
Lecture 102 The User Changeset 8:2
Lecture 103 Creating New Users 7:48
Lecture 104 Our Auth Grand Plan 7:9
Lecture 105 Handling OAuth Success 7:9

Section 12 : Transforming Requests with Plugs

Lecture 106 Introduction to Plugs 12:44
Lecture 107 Using a Module Plug to Set the User 11:44
Lecture 108 Implementing Module Plugs 9:3
Lecture 109 Allowing Users to Signout 10:27
Lecture 110 Restricting Access of Users 5:48
Lecture 111 The Require Auth Plug 13:4
Lecture 112 Controller Scoped Plugs
Lecture 113 Associating Users with Topics 6:57
Lecture 114 Altering Existing Tables 2:27
Lecture 115 Playing Around with Associations 9:7
Lecture 116 Using the Build Assoc Function
Lecture 117 Finalizing the Association 3:3
Lecture 118 Checking the Topics Owner 12:10

Section 13 : Websockets in Phoenix

Lecture 119 Introduction to Websockets 4:17
Lecture 120 Showing Individual Topics 6:40
Lecture 121 Making the Comments Migration 3:51
Lecture 122 The Comments Model 3:45
Lecture 123 Overview of Channels in Phoenix 6:14
Lecture 124 INTRODUCTION TO BRAINMEASURES PROCTOR SYSTEM Pdf
Lecture 125 Introducing the Comments Channel
Lecture 126 Making Progress with Sockets 9:11
Lecture 127 Quick Breather and Review 7:28
Lecture 128 Publishing Messages 7:30
Lecture 129 Figuring Out What Topics to Show 5:8
Lecture 130 Refactoring to Determine Topic Id 9:8
Lecture 131 Fetching Topics on Join 5:40
Lecture 132 Debugging Topic Fetching 2:45
Lecture 133 Building the Comment Form 5:53
Lecture 134 Inserting Comments into the Database 7:58
Lecture 135 Remaining Items with Sockets 4:56
Lecture 136 Poison Encoder 8:42
Lecture 137 Rendering a List of Comments 8:25
Lecture 138 Broadcasting Updates 6:44
Lecture 139 Updating the Client 6:15
Lecture 140 The Socket Event Object 3:8
Lecture 141 Authentication with Sockets 7:53
Lecture 142 Transporting Tokens to the Server 4:51
Lecture 143 Verifying the Current Socket User 4:42
Lecture 144 Associating Comments with Users 5:17
Lecture 145 Fetching Users with Comments 8:2
Lecture 146 Rendering Associated Users 3:57

Section 14 : Phoenix 1

Lecture 147 New in Phoenix 1 3:42
Lecture 148 CLI Command Changes 3:25
Lecture 149 Assets Folder Changes 4:12
Lecture 150 Directory Structure Changes 5:20
Lecture 151 Contexts 7:48
Lecture 152 More on Contexts 12:30