Productive. Reliable. Fast.
A productive web framework that does not compromise speed and maintainability.
See the official site at http://www.phoenixframework.org/
API documentation is available at http://hexdocs.pm/phoenix
Running a Phoenix master project
$ cd installer $ mix phoenix.new path/to/your/project --dev
The command above will create a new project using your current Phoenix checkout, thanks to the
path/to/your/project must be within the directory containing the Phoenix source code. This is so that a relative path can be used for the
The command must be run from the
installer directory. See the discussion in PR 1224 for more information.
In order to test changes to the installer (the
phoenix.new Mix task) itself, first remove any installed archive so that Mix will pick up the local source code. This can be done with
mix archive.uninstall phoenix_new-#.#.#.ez or by simply deleting the file, which is usually in
~/.mix/archives/. See issue 3376 for more information.
$ npm install $ npm install -g brunch $ brunch watch
Building docs from source
$ MIX_ENV=docs mix docs
- #elixir-lang on freenode IRC
- elixir-lang slack channel
- Issue tracker
- phoenix-talk Mailing list (questions)
- phoenix-core Mailing list (development)
- Privately disclose security vulnerabilities to firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright and License
Copyright (c) 2014, Chris McCord.
Phoenix source code is licensed under the MIT License.