Issue #188 - Let It Rain - Ditch that Umbrella App!
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Welcome to Issue #188
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This week in Elixir
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Let It Rain - Ditch that Umbrella App!
A post about converting an umbrella app back to "standard layout". The author also issued a trigger warning: this post contains too many occurrences of the words “app,” “application,” “folder,” “directory,” etc.
Reusable Elixir Libraries
Chris wrote about one of the patterns he uses for making “stateful” libraries (libraries that provide processes, ets tables, etc.) more configurable and reusable. Very good read!
Skogsrå: Simplifying Your Elixir Configuration
Once an Elixir project is large enough, maintaining config files and config variables becomes a nightmare. This blog post shows the basics of using Skogsra to simplify your Elixir project’s configuration.
Phoenix Presence Inside LiveView |> A Simple Example
In this post of Real World Phoenix I discover how easy it can be to incorporate Phoenix Presence inside LiveView
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