This project has been claimed! But we want more, if you have ideas you can pitch them here.
Hello! We’re looking for good Phoenix content that teaches folks how to solve interesting problems with LiveView.
One example we’ve wanted to build, but have not had time for, is latency triangulation. The idea is: run Phoenix processes in multiple regions, connect visitors to 3+ regions, get LiveView latency for each and then use those numbers to guess their location on a map.
We don’t actually know how well this will work! But we’d like you to build it and see. We’ll pay you a flat $1,000 for:
- A github repository with example code and a README that explains how to deploy it on Fly
- A separate article/blog post that talks about why this is interesting what you had to figure out to build it.
@brainlid’s turn based game example and article are a great example of this combo working well. The project is small and easy to understand, the article is interesting and developers enjoy reading it.
If you are interested, just reply here with any questions. If this is your first time writing for Fly, share a link to some of your previous work. When we say go, start buildin’. We’ll give you a $500 Fly.io credit before you even start.