Upgrading Phoenix to Http2

Upgrading phoenix framework to serve http2 Http2 is the next version of the http protocol and offers several advantages. It serves over a single connection, reducing the number of roundtrips necessary. With multiplexing it can handle multiple requests at the same time and as a whole is just better. As the internet slowly moves to support http2, Phoenix does not lag behind. The webserver Phoenix uses, Cowboy, has released version 2 with support for http2 and the updates to Phoenix and Plug have followed in its path. »

Uploading to Google Cloud Storage using Arc and Phoenix

In this post I will demonstrate how to upload to Google Cloud Storage using Arc and Arc.Ecto in Phoenix. There are several examples on how to use Arc in combination with S3 or local file uploads but the GCS integration is a bit more unknown. I assume you have an up to date elixir installation and know your way around Phoenix and GCS. mix archive.install https://github.com/phoenixframework/archives/raw/master/phx_new.ez mix phx.new web --no-brunch Follow instructions to configure your postgres credentials in config/dev. »