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Issue #180 - Creating a Modal LiveView LiveComponent

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Logo ElixirWeekly by @elixirstatus Issue #180
This week in Elixir

How to Use Broadway in Your Elixir Application
Discover how Broadway can help you create highly concurrent data processing pipelines in your Elixir app.

Creating a Modal LiveView LiveComponent
In this second article in a series on Phoenix LiveView LiveComponents, Patrick creates a server-side modal component using LiveComponents, live_redirect, pushState, and JavaScript hooks.

Dialyzer Specs: 2 in 1
There are two types of Erlang and Elixir developers: those who write specs for Dialyzer and those who don’t yet.

Real World Phoenix |> Sign Up Flow SPA Style with LiveView!
Tjaco explores user-type based registrations utilising a LiveView form.

How to Build a Simple Slack Bot with Elixir Phoenix?
Looking for a fun holiday project in Elixir? Why not build a Slackbot? The fine folks from Monterail show you how.

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

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