Last year I created an Erlang cheatsheet. I’ve used Erlang for quite a while, so I knew exactly what I wanted on the cheatsheet. I’ve only been using Elixir for about a year so it took me a while to figure out what I wanted to include on an Elixir cheatsheet. But I settled on some things that aren’t that complicated, but I know I’ve forgotten many times. The resulting cheatsheet includes tables on sigils, escape codes, metaprogramming constructs, pattern matching on lists, maps, and structs, and list comprehension syntax. This cheatsheet isn’t intended for beginners because it does not cover any of the fundamentals of the language. Just like the Erlang cheatsheet this cheatsheet is designed to be printed on a single sheet of 8.5 by 11 inch paper.
The cheatsheet is available for you to freely print or download at https://stratus3d.com/elixir-cheatsheet/. The source code has been released under the MIT license and is available on GitHub at Stratus3D/erlang-cheatsheet.
I’d really like to hear your thoughts on the cheatsheet. Is there something you think my cheatsheet is missing? Is there something that can be simplified or removed?
Let me know via email. If you want to contribute directly feel free to create an issue or pull request on the GitHub repository.