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Issue #120 - Five Tips for Unit Testing in Elixir

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This week in Elixir

A Sneak Peek at Ecto 3.0: Performance, Migrations and More
The second post in José's series of sneak peeks at Ecto 3.0: This one looks at performance and migrations.

Five Tips for Unit Testing in Elixir
This is the first part of what will be Devon's series on "Unit Testing in Elixir", including some ideas about what a unit test in Elixir is exactly and some tips for writing unit tests.

Phoenix 1.4 Chat Server Series Overview
Leandro started a new Chat Server project to go over new Phoenix 1.4 changes. It will use: Phoenix 1.4, Webpack 4, SCSS, Babel, Cowboy 2.

Phoenix with Image Upload to S3
If you asked yourself: "How would I implement image uploads to S3 in an API?" then look no further.

Implementing Bounded Contexts in Elixir
Leandro C. P. asks the question: What if we could write loose coupling services without the overhead of common microservices architecture?

Dealing with Runtime Environment Variables
Theesit shows us how he deals withrRuntime environment variables in Elixir.

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

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