Elixir Authentication framework
The Official Elixir client for Sentry
Exq is a job processing library compatible with Resque / Sidekiq for the Elixir language.
A full featured, configurable authentication and user management system for Phoenix.
Elixir TCP adapter for EventStore.
EventStore using PostgreSQL for persistence.
Logger backend that write a json map per line to a file
Use Commanded to build your own Elixir applications following the CQRS/ES pattern.
Interface for HTTP webservers, frameworks and clients.
Provides convenience methods for subscribing to queues and publishing messages.
Simple and reliable background job processing library for Elixir. Has persistence, retries, delayed jobs, concurrency limiting, error ha...
GenAMQP is a set of utilities to make microservices using the worker pattern
RedisMutex is a library for creating a Redis lock for a single Redis instance.
A library for automatically generating a migration file and horizontally partitioning databases
Authex is a simple and opinionated JWT authentication and authorization library.
Traceable, extendable and minimalist event bus implementation for Elixir with built-in event store and event watcher based on ETS
Simple Background Job Processing with Mnesia
Elixir wrapper for the emqttc library. Some of the features: Reconnection, offline queueing, gen_* like callback APIs, QoS 0-2.
A Socrata Soda2 API wrapper
Elixir client for FreeSWITCH mod_event_socket. Find the user guide in the github repo at: https://github.com/marcelog/elixir_mod_event.
UUID v5 type for Ecto.
Read ESRI Shapefiles as a stream of features and their attributes
An event-sourcing library for Elixir
caching made fun!
Message queue framework, with support for middleware and multiple adapters.
Provides helpers in Elixir to create GenStage, Exq, or AMQP based event queues and handlers
Ravenex is an Elixir client for Sentry. Automatically send error notifications to Sentry. Easily connects with Phoenix through adding...
A client library for NSQ, `elixir_nsq` aims to be complete, easy to use, and well tested. Developed at Wistia (http://wistia.com).