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This week in Elixir
The Beauty of Pattern Matching in Elixir
One of the reasons Alvise fell in love with Elixir is pattern matching and how it can be extensively used all over the code.
[ Elixir | Why Linked Lists? ]
Edison understood arrays and linked lists, but he had no idea how programming languages use them under the hood. A perfect opportunity to learn why Elixir uses linked lists under the hood!
Track-switching in a Large Elixir web Application
In this post, Thomas tells the story about a large code migration behind a feature toggle, and shows the necessary steps for implementing it.
Pouring Protocols in Elixir
Elixir has several mechanisms that allow us to write expressive and intuitive code. Read everything about Protocols in Elixir in this great post!
Base64-encoded file uploads with Phoenix and Plug
Base64-encoded files may be a special case in your app, but with the help of Plug.Upload they can be handled as easily as regular files uploaded via HTML forms.
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