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Issue #154 - From Elixir to Erlang

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This week in Elixir

What’s the Fastest Data Structure to Implement a Game Board in Elixir?
Tobias takes a look at different data structures to implement a 9x9 board comparing their performance.

From Elixir to Erlang
Devon has been writing Erlang full-time for a couple months now, and there are some things from Elixir that he misses, and some others that he was expecting to miss that oddly enough, he's not missing!

A GitHub Workflow for Elixir Releases
Richard published his GitHub Actions workflow for Elixir 1.9 releases

Using Tailwind with Phoenix
Derrick wrote this quick tutorial on getting up and running with CSS utilities.

Serving iOS/Android Deep Links from Phoenix
Justin provided this quick overview, showing you how to serve the iOS Universal Links and Android App Links manifest files from your Phoenix application.

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

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