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Productive. Reliable. Fast.

A productive web framework that does not compromise speed and maintainability.

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Getting started

See the official site at


API documentation is available at

Phoenix.js documentation is available at


We appreciate any contribution to Phoenix. Check our and guides for more information. We usually keep a list of features and bugs in the issue tracker.

Generating a Phoenix project from unreleased versions

You can create a new project using the latest Phoenix source installer (the Mix task) with the following steps:

  1. Remove any previously installed phx_new archives so that Mix will pick up the local source code. This can be done with mix archive.uninstall phx_new or by simply deleting the file, which is usually in ~/.mix/archives/.
  2. Copy this repo via git clone or by downloading it
  3. Run the mix task from within the installer directory, for example:
$ cd installer
$ mix dev_app --dev

The --dev flag will configure your new project's :phoenix dep as a relative path dependency, pointing to your local Phoenix checkout:

defp deps do
  [{:phoenix, path: "../..", override: true},

To create projects outside of the installer/ directory, add the latest archive to your machine by following the instructions in installer/

Building phoenix.js

$ npm install
$ npm run watch

Building docs from source

$ MIX_ENV=docs mix docs

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Copyright and License

Copyright (c) 2014, Chris McCord.

Phoenix source code is licensed under the MIT License.

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