Phoenix is a game for Android and iOS, created by Lexaloffle Games. It was based on the decades-old Phoenix arcade game.
The contest will be run in two phases. The first phase will take place in May 2019, with contest submissions due in early April 2019. Phase one winners are expected to be announced on May 18th. Phase two winners will be announced on July 18th, with the final deadline being June 29th.
Developers can submit their games to both phases of the contest separately or at the same time for better chances of winning prizes from both phases.
The contest is all about developing new and innovative web applications with Phoenix LiveView. There are five rounds in the competition where developers can submit their work and receive feedback from other developers.
The Phoenix Phrenzy contest is a project which started in March 2018. The purpose of the contest is to promote and teach the use of Phoenix LiveView, a library for web development in the Elixir programming language.
All the programming contest submissions are judged by a panel of three judges that are either from the developer community, or from the company sponsoring the contest.
The third judge is a representative from Mozilla. For every Phoenix Phrenzy event, including Orlando, Mozilla will provide prizes for one grand prize winner and ten prize winners.
Phoenix Phrenzy is a contest which involves the use of the Phoenix LiveView library. The competition awards prizes to developers who build interesting and useful applications using this library.
Phoenix Phrenzy is an online programming contest where developers can create applications that use the Phoenix LiveView library. There are a number of prizes for developers who create interesting or useful applications with this library.
A contest where developers can create using Phoenix LiveView
The Phoenix Phrenzy is a contest for Phoenix LiveView developers, available on the Liquid Fire website. This year’s theme is ‘Pets’.
Developers are incentivized to explore the possibilities of this new programming language as they may win a prize worth up to $150,000 USD.
The best projects submitted will be given to Liquid Fire and then judged by industry experts on how well they show off the power of Phoenix, how easy they are to use and whether or not they solve an actual problem.
The Phoenix Phrenzy Programming Contest is a contest where developers are challenged to create using the Phoenix LiveView.
Phoenix Phrenzy is a contest for developers and programmers. The main theme of this contest is to use the Phoenix LiveView to create something that can be viewed on a web browser, mobile app, or in-person installation. The event is less about which developer wins, and more about giving new life to old technology and ideas.
Phoenix Phrenzy is a contest where developers can create using Phoenix LiveView. It is a live interactive development environment for web and mobile applications. The contest will be judged based on the innovative use of Phoenix LiveView and will be giving away prizes.
Developers who want to join this contest need to submit their entry form before January 15, 2019 at 11:59PM (PST).
Phoenix Phrenzy is an open source project hosted by the creators of Phoenix Framework. It is a contest where developers can create using Phoenix LiveView. Developers can also give feedback to other developer’s submissions and vote on them.
The first year saw about 30 submissions, but the second year has seen 110 during the voting phase alone! The Developer Awards will be announced in December and winners will receive prizes from sponsors.