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Issue #199 - Adding Custom Metrics to a Phoenix 1.5 Live Dashboard

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This week in Elixir

A Modern Elixir Pipeline for GitLab
Collection of learnings about GitLab pipelines that Tomasz picked up on over the last few months, optimised for speed and clarity.

Adding Custom Metrics to a Phoenix 1.5 Live Dashboard
In this post Marc walks you through creating custom Telemetry events for your application and adding them to your Phoenix 1.5 live dashboard.

Highlander, There can be Only One
Derek wrote about Highlander, a micro-library for running a single globally unique process in your Erlang cluster!

Mssantos/covid19-atw
COVID-19 outbreak data displayed in a live table, built with Phoenix LiveView features only.

Even more from around the Elixir community

TIL: Elixir Inspecting Big Structs and Lists Misc

Betweenisode Part 2! Featuring Amos King, Chris Keathley, Anna Neyzberg, Paul Schoenfelder, Sophie DeBenedetto, Meryl Dakin, and Dave Thomas Podcast

Elixir Mix: Multi-Tenant DBs with Lars Wikman Podcast

Betweenisode Part 1: Saša Jurić, Bruce and Maggie Tate, James Edward Gray II, Jim and Chris Freeze, and Frank Hunleth Podcast

Rustling up Predictive Sporting Betting Models on the BEAM - DAVID LUCIA Video

Hacking Elixir Tools in Emacs Blog post

Resuming Elixir by Self Hosting Plausible Analytics Blog post

Configuring Your Elixir Application at Runtime with Vapor Blog post

Instrumenting an Elixir Phoenix Pow Application to Measure User Session Count Blog post

Yggdrasil: Easy Pub-Sub in Elixir Blog post

Upgrading Phoenix 1.5's render_existing Blog post

I Added Realtime Likes in Less than an Hour with Phoenix's LiveView Blog post

Phoenix 1.5.0 has Been Released. Blog post

Elixir 1.10.3 is out Project update

phoenix_integration Project update

mecks_unit Project update

Halturin/ergo Project update

Self-evaluation Improvements Project update

xavier/xlsx_reader Project update

ex_united Project update

Astarte-platform/astarte Project update

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

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