Issue #2 - Announcing GenStage
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Issue #2 - GenStage Special
You could not escape the news about GenStage these last 7 days. It's basically Elixir's flavour of Pokemon Go. Here's what you need to know:
In this blog post José covers the background that led him and the core team to GenStage and what they are exploring for future releases.
Peter gives us a "real life" example how to use GenStage, accessing the data feed of a bike share program in New York City.
gen_stage v0.4.0 - Experimental.GenStage.Flow
If you read the announcement and examples on GenStage and still want to know more, then this is the natural, more in-depth follow-up for you.
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