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This week in Elixir

Case Study: Inky - An eInk Elixir Library
This post is showing the process of porting a python library for a hobbyist eInk display to Elixir. A bit of Nerves, a bit of Scenic, a bunch of refactoring for testability.

Just Enough Erlang
This article explores the more common features with the goal of enabling you to more easily include Erlang libraries in your Elixir projects.

If you need a replicated Redis cluster in Kubernetes, checkout Redex, a cloud-native strong consistent masterless high available Redis implemented in Elixir.

Cleaning up Your Elixir Code
This articles show how you can use hexagonal/ports and adapters/onion layering in order to clean up your Elixir code.

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

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