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This week in Elixir
Credo 1.7 released
Credo 1.7 brings SARIF support, check IDs and the ability to pass multiple files to the Mix task.
Between the Ctrl-C's
Have you ever noticed the little menu that shows up after you press Ctrl-C the first time in IEx and just before you press it again? What is that menu for?
Syncing SQLite and Postgres?
Lars had a load of fun figuring out everything for making this video on Electric SQL.
Syncing between SQLite and Postgres. Local first. Active-Active replication.
Using LiveView's new Primitives for Accessibility
Berenice highlights new features added in Phoenix LiveView 0.18 to manipulate focus and improve accessibility in your Phoenix LiveView apps.
Multi-Cloud Deployment for Elixir & Phoenix with MRSK
The second part of Richard's multi-cloud journey for Elixir. This post demonstrates how to deploy a Phoenix application to multiple clouds using MRSK, cluster together and securely connect to a database instance.
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