Build exciting demos using Phoenix LiveView.
Phoenix Phrenzy is a contest for developers to build with Phoenix LiveView, show off their software engineering skills, and help demonstrate the capabilities of this great technology to the open source community.
For the sake of simplicity, the only contest prize is bragging rights. When the contest is complete, winners and vote tallies will remain publicly listed on this site.
What is LiveView?
LiveView simplifies development by keeping the view logic server-side, yet achieves stunningly fast updates and low latency. For more details, see LiveView Author Chris McCord’s post on the DockYard blog.
Phase 1: Entry submission
From to we’ll be accepting entries. Contestants can create one or more entries and update them as often as they like. Entries will remain private during this time.
Phase 2: Review period
From to we’ll review the entries to make sure they follow the Official Rules and Code of Conduct.
Phase 3: Voting
From to voting will be open and consist of a simple thumbs-up. Upvote submissions and write comments if you wish. A number of “VIP” judges will also be invited to comment. At this stage, all votes and comments will be visible only to their creator.
Phase 4: The winner and bragging rights
On approved apps will be listed publicly along with the votes and comments they’ve received. The app with the most votes wins.
What defines a contest entry?
Pick a clever app name
The name of your app.
Describe your project
A brief description of your project and list of collaborators (if any).
A URL where your app is available to try.
GitHub repo link
A URL where your code repo is hosted.
A URL providing a screenshot of your app. (An animated GIF would be ideal. Giphy might help.)