Creating a Personal Blog with Phoenix LiveView

Are you interested in creating your own personal blog but don’t know where to start? I’m excited to announce that I’m creating a course on “How to Make a Personal Blog with Phoenix LiveView”. In this course, you’ll learn how to create a personal blog using Phoenix LiveView, a powerful web development framework for the Elixir language. Here’s what you can expect to learn:

1. Basic Blog with NimblePublisher

You’ll start by creating a basic blog using NimblePublisher, a lightweight publishing platform that’s perfect for personal blogs. You’ll learn how to set up the basic structure of your blog, create blog posts, and publish them online.

2. Adding SEO Tags and Dynamic Images for the Blog

Once your blog is up and running, you’ll want to make sure it’s optimized for search engines and looks great on social media. You’ll learn how to add SEO tags to your blog posts and create dynamic images that can be shared on social media platforms.

3. Adding an Email Subscription Form

Building an audience for your blog is key to its success. You’ll learn how to add an email subscription form to your blog so that readers can subscribe to your content and receive updates whenever you publish something new.

4. Deploying with

Finally, you’ll learn how to deploy your blog using, a platform for running and scaling applications in the cloud. You’ll learn how to set up your blog for deployment, push your code to the servers, and monitor your application’s performance.

Additional topics might include

In addition to these topics, I would also like cover some best practices for creating a successful blog, including how to write engaging content, how to build a following, and how to monetize your blog. I believe that this course will be a great resource for anyone looking to create a personal blog using Phoenix LiveView, and I’m excited to share my knowledge and experience with you.

While there are some downsides to using Phoenix LiveView for building a blog (such as the learning curve), there are also many benefits, such as the real-time interactivity and the ability to build complex UIs without JavaScript. I think that this course will be a great opportunity for anyone looking to learn more about Phoenix LiveView and how it can be used to build modern web applications.

Stay tuned for more updates on this course!