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Issue #256 - How to Distribute Mnesia Between Multiple Nodes

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Welcome to Issue #256

Issue #256, what a great number.

When I started this newsletter, I could not have predicted whether Elixir was going to be there 5 years later, whether or not I would still be programming in it, let alone me publishing a newsletter every single week (with two exceptions during the pandemic).

This newsletter would not make sense without an audience. It's you, the reader, that makes this endeavor worthwhile.

Thank you for being a part of this community!

@rrrene

This week in Elixir

Shapes -  Dynamic Styles with Phoenix LiveView
Dorian explores ways to generate dynamic styling for your Phoenix Live View projects.

How to Distribute Mnesia Between Multiple Nodes
This article shares how to scale Mnesia usage in for different services and the persistence that was required to deploy services with multiple nodes running.

New Elixir 1.12 - The Developer’s Point Of view
Bartosz writes about some significant changes introduced by Elixir 1.12.

Elixir in Production: Glific
What are the benefits of using Elixir for building an open-source communication platform? Find out in Gints' interview with Donald Lobo, the founder and chief architect of Glific.

Even more from around the Elixir community

TIL: Session Cookie with Phoenix LiveView Misc

Thinking Elixir: IOList and Postgres with Nathan Long Podcast

Elixir Wizards: From Developer to Director of Engineering with Estelle DeBlois Podcast

Elixir Roundtable #3 Video

Why We Prepend (with Immutable Data) Video

Hands-on Elixir & OTP: Cryptocurrency Trading bot - Ep 16 - Add End-to-end Tests Video

Six Months of Elixir - Some Thoughts After Switching the Main Language Blog post

Erlang and Elixir in AWS Lambda Using Container Images (part 1) Blog post

Phoenix Umbrella Proxy Application Blog post

Phoenix: An Introduction to Elixir's Web Framework Blog post

Paycheck, Events, Idempotency and Elixir - What do They Have in Common? Blog post

Progressive Web Apps & Elixir Phoenix Blog post

Venndr/erebus Project update

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@rrrene from ElixirWeekly

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