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Issue #173 - Rethinking app Env

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This week in Elixir

Tzdata Library Downloaded 10 Million Times - Elixir Getting More Popular?
Lau celebrates that Tzdata has been downloaded more than 10 million times and asks: Is Elixir getting more popular?

Rethinking app Env
Saša wrote a post proposing a different approach to configuring Elixir systems.

How to Setup Phoenix LiveView
Alvise wrote this post about his experience with setting up LiveView.

Ecto Preloads in Phoenix Contexts
Some thoughts about preloading, to make Contexts a little easier to maintain.

Building Real Time Search with Phoenix LiveView
Post about how easily you can implement real time search using LiveView:

Wormwood - An Explicit Way to Test Absinthe GraphQL APIs
Aaron wrote and released a small open source lib to help unit test GraphQL query documents against an Absinthe API.

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

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