Herminio is a Brazilian software engineer, coffee and cycling enthusiast, cat lover, and travel addict. And he has a passion for building distributed web products. Herminio has been using Elixir professionally for more than two years. He’s an open source contributor focusing on Surface UI. Currently working at Simplebet, Inc.
In this talk, we will explore the best practices for using LiveView to build real-time interactive interfaces. We will cover fundamental concepts such as context, live components and function components, a single source of truth, and send_update. Additionally, we will discuss the approach of scoped CSS and its benefits in LiveView applications.
- Effective utilization of context: Learn how to leverage context in LiveView to enhance code organization and facilitate reusability.
- Choose between live components and function components: Understand the differences and use cases of live components and function components, enabling you to make informed decisions when selecting the appropriate component type.
- Embrace the single source of truth: Implement a centralized data source to ensure consistency and reliability in real-time interfaces, simplifying development and maintenance.
- Harness the send_update function: Discover the potential of the send_update function for dynamically updating LiveView components, and learn best practices for its efficient and secure usage.
- Scoped CSS for improved modularity: Implement scoped CSS to avoid style conflicts and enhance the modularity of your LiveView applications.
- Deliver engaging real-time experiences: Apply the best practices learned throughout the talk to create dynamic, responsive interfaces that provide captivating real-time experiences for users.”
- This talk is aimed at web developers and front-end and back-end engineers who are familiar with LiveView and interested in deepening their knowledge and learning best practices for building real-time interactive interfaces.