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Logo ElixirWeekly by @elixirstatus Issue #155
This week in Elixir

Elixir 1.9 releases using Docker multi-stage builds
Alex covers how to package an Elixir 1.9 release within a Docker container using multi-stage builds.

Elixir v1.9 released
Elixir v1.9 is out with releases support, improved configuration, and more. The Elixir Core Team is also glad to announce that Fernando Tapia Rico has joined their ranks.

BetterParams – Clean request params in Elixir
BetterParams is a simple Elixir Plug that lets you pattern match on Request params in controllers using Atom keys instead of String ones.

Brine - Configuration loader for Elixir
Brine helps you manage configuration that is consistent with 12 factor and helps you avoid the antipattern of configuration per environment.

Phoenix LiveView pushState Support
Alvise covers Phoenix LiveView's pushState support - the ability to change the URL without refreshing the page.

The Phoenix Router
This is part 2 of Griffin's multi-part series on the Phoenix Router in Phoenix v1.4.1 and its internals.

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

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