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Logo ElixirWeekly by @elixirstatus Issue #110
This week in Elixir

Solution to Processes Challenge 1: Control one Process with Another
The challenge from last time was to create a module with two spawnable processes. One process is a counter and the second is a controller that spawns, starts it and terminates the counter.

Performing Bulk Updates Using Ecto and Elixir
Performing bulk updates with Ecto and Elixir can be a pain. Adam compares three ways that you can do them.

A Proposal: Elixir-Style Modules in JavaScript
Organizing our Elixir code into modules is great, with related structs and functions all in one place. Why not do that in JavaScript too?

Elixir Cowboy Websocket Handler
Eric wanted to have a websocket connection for non-Phoenix connections in his side project Gossip.

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

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