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Logo ElixirWeekly by @elixirstatus Issue #164
This week in Elixir

Add Authentication to Phoenix with Pow
Pow is a robust, modular, and extendable authentication and user management solution for Phoenix and Plug-based apps.

Domain Holding with Elixir, Nerves and LiveView
Use Elixir and Nerves to host landing pages for all of your not yet implemented domains!

How to Use Elixir's Compiler to Avoid Typos
In this article, Michał wants to describe how you can use Elixir metaprogramming to avoid some runtime errors caused by typos.

Ecto Embedded Schemas  - Quick Search Through a JSONB Array in PostgreSQL
How to create embedded schemas in Ecto to save a JSON data structure on your database + how to implement a direct database search on this same field.

“mix release” and Missing Dependencies
Hubert has stumbled upon a problem where some of his dependencies were missing in his releases.

Even more from around the Elixir community

Todd Resudek on Hex – Elixir Internals Podcast

EMx 066: Going with the Flow with John Mertens Podcast

ElixirTalk - Dave Lucia - The Dream Stack with Rust & Elixir Podcast

Making a Photo Booth with Elixir, Nerves and Liveview Video

Bruce Williams - 10 Reasons Why I Keep Choosing Elixir & Phoenix Video

Writing Your First Elixir Code Check Blog post

Introduction to Stateful Property Based Testing - Lambda Days 2019 Blog post

TIL How to Select Merge with Ecto.Query Blog post

Scaffolds Backed Up By Behaviours Blog post

Beware of Tests et Fudicia Ferentes Elixir Blog post

Financial Portfolio Rebalancing with Elixir Blog post

Grapevine Updates for June - August 2019 Blog post

10 Common Code Refactoring Experiences Blog post

Grapevine Updates for June - August 2019 Blog post

Barrel-db / Erlang-rocksdb Project update

Strech/avrora Project update

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

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