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Logo ElixirWeekly by @elixirstatus Issue #123
This week in Elixir

Permutations With and Without Repetition in Elixir
Pete gets combinatoric this week!

Getting Started with Scenic in Elixir  🎮
There’s a new UI framework in town, how hard is it to build a simple game with it? Not much, actually!

LogViewer: A Web-based Log Viewer for Elixir and Phoenix
Shuhei recently released web based log viewer for Elixir that can be used with or without Phoenix!

Versioning v0.1.0 released
Versioning provides a way for APIs to remain backward compatible without the headache.

Horde: The Road to 1.0
Read about the latest developments in Horde 0.3.0 and the path to 1.0.

Kubernetes Native Phoenix Apps: Part 2
The second post in this "Kubernetes-native Phoenix" series, covering Docker-Compose and Docker-friendly migrations, seeds and Distillery config providers!

Even more from around the Elixir community

Send an Event to a Channel from Outside Phoenix Misc

Live From Gig City Elixir - Amos Gets Paid Podcast

ElixirMix - Eric Oestrich, ExVenture, Metrics and Scaling Podcast

Watch This Recording from Earlier This Week Where José Valim Fixes Two Elixir Bugs Video

Using Elixir and Erlang can Improve SEO by Improving Response Times Video

Erlang Blog: Retiring old Performance Pitfalls Blog post

How to Destroy Your Application Using :erlang.binary_to_term/1 Blog post

10 Killer Elixir Tips Blog post

New Open Source TURN Server Written in Elixir Blog post

Setting up Simple Live Chat in a Phoenix Project Using Planga Blog post

Top Must-Know Facts About Elixir Programming Blog post

Using Phoenix.PubSub to Manage Side Effects Blog post

Extensibility in Elixir Using Behaviours Blog post

Find or Create in Ecto with Dynamic Fields Blog post

Some Small QOL Vim Mappings for Elixir Blog post

Correios CEP Library Launched Project update

IntelliJ Elixir 10.1.0 Project update

🎮 Source RCON Client in Elixir (using gen_tcp) Project update

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

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