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Welcome to Issue #1

Finally, here we are: The first issue of a newsletter which I wanted to do for over a year. Wow.

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This week in Elixir

ExMachina 1.0 - More flexible, useful and supporting Ecto 2.0
ExMachina makes it easy to create test data and associations. It works great with Ecto, but is configurable to work with any persistence library.

6 months with Elixir and Phoenix
After 6 months using Elixir and Phoenix in production, Elvio shares his findings and opinions on his journey.

Doorman - Elixir authentication made simple and flexible
Modules and functions to make authentication with Plug/Phoenix and Ecto easy without tons of configuration or boxing users into a rigid framework.

About Elixir Programs that reason
This article discusses how rules & reasoning can be used to create systems that come to conclusions on their own.

Understanding deps and applications in your Mixfile
The fine folks at Plataformatec explain how to manage and initialize Elixir/Phoenix applications, dependencies and third-party libraries with Mix.

Even more from around the Elixir community

Elixir Fountain with Elm creator Evan Czaplicki Podcast

Writing A Full Site in Phoenix and Elm Part 3: Navigation Blog post

Family Ties Part 9 - continuing discussion on the preprocessor Blog post

Deploying Elixir to AWS Elastic Beanstalk with Docker Blog post

Deploying Elixir releases with Ansible Blog post

A Simple Scheduled Task in Phoenix Blog post

Kerosene 0.2.0 is out with json support Project update

Hex package to monitor your remote elixir app Project update

Phone 0.3.0 - get info from phone numbers Project update

Benchee 0.3.0 - formatters & parallel benchmarking Project update

Carbon 0.1.2 - User library for Elixir and Phoenix Project update

Updated phoenix_markdown to use Earmark 1.0.1 Project update

AppSignal plans to launch their products for Elixir & Phoenix Misc

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

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