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Issue #235 - 10 years(-ish) of Elixir

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This week in Elixir

A Guide to Event Handling in Elixir
Maciej writes about 6 ways of handling events in Elixir and gives a high level overview with trade-offs for each approach.

10 years(-ish) of Elixir
This past weekend, on January 9th, we celebrated 10 years since the first commit to the Elixir repository. José reminisces about what has happened since then.

Extracting LiveView Logic Into LiveComponents
How to extract LiveView logic into a LiveComponent, and how to exchange data both ways.

Elixir in 2021: The Now, The Tomorrow, The Future | Curiosum
Nice article by Michal Buszkiewicz, touching on Elixir 2.0, the philosophy behind the language’s development and its current state in 2021.

How to Connect Pow and Live View in Your Phoenix project
Oliver wrote a short post about connecting Pow and Live View in a Phoenix project.

That's it for this round, have a great day!
@rrrene from ElixirWeekly

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