Issue #202 - Using Mnesia in an Elixir Application
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This week in Elixir
Phoenix LiveView: Multi-step Forms
Big forms are a pain to manage— even harder to manage when you need to change values based on previous input and compute data based on that new selection. David shows how Phoenix LiveView can make this easier.
Using Mnesia in an Elixir Application
Learn more about Mnesia, see when you would use such a tool, and take a look at some of the pros and cons of using it.
Let's Code: Contact Form in Phoenix
Zach's writing a series on adding a contact form to a Phoenix 1.4+ application. This post covers the schema his approachto data modeling in Phoenix applications that use Ecto.
Automate Your Elixir Deployments - Part 2 - Distillery & Edeliver
Dorian finishes his series on Automating Elixir Deployments with this article on using Distillery and eDeliver to build a release and push it to production.
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