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Issue #161 - Elixir + gRPC: the Road to Production

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This week in Elixir

Use Phoenix LiveView to Enhance Observability
Application observability is becoming more and more important nowadays. Phoenix LiveView is a perfect technical solution for this use case.

Elixir + gRPC: the Road to Production
Here's how Tubi streams thousands of free movies and series to millions of users using gRPC and Protobufs in Elixir.

How we Deal with Behaviours and Boilerplate
The fine folks at BetterDoc are big fans of mox. In this post, they show us how they concretely use behaviours for mocking, the pattern we follow to access and call their implementations.

Ably Debugging Tales Part 1 - An Elixir Mystery
A tale of mystery, perplexity and eventual enlightenment in Elixir - used to enhance protocol interoperability on the Ably network.

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

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