Great, now we need to save our phoenixes when someone posts one in the chat. And if we go back to our chat and refresh the - we see our existing messages are loaded. If Rails promotion video is about building a blog in 15 minutes, Phoenix one could be how to build a chat in 15 minutes.
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Bryan Bryce What program did you use to check the database? And go back to the browser and post some messages.
Websocket is just the transport, but Elixir has building blocks for chat application. Websocket is just the transport Sorry to tell, but a phoenix app is chat the hello world application in Phoenix. Websocket is one of the reason why I started Phoenix, coming from Chat with horny women Arcoro 1 If You use Phoenix, it might… but You can use other protocol 2.
And in the app. And we see our chat box and form. There was a lecture about building a chat in Erlang before Phoenix even existed, unfortunately it is outdated now.
Actioncable… Phoenix channel, hmmm, cannot be compared 3. We see our schema with our body and name fields.
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Controller do use ChatWeb, :controller alias Chat. You should really try to build one.
Anycable are all external services. UserSocket do use Phoenix.
Our default code also shows how we can chats with a topic. This will send our event to the server, where it will be picked up by our WaterCoolerChannel. Then if we do a phoenix check of the database - we see our messages are there.