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Issue #210 - Homemade Analytics with Ecto and Elixir

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This week in Elixir

A Function of Parts
Paul wrote a post on mercilessly dissecting his own elixir code.

Homemade Analytics with Ecto and Elixir
José published an article about writing homemade analytics with Ecto and Elixir on Dashbit's blog.

Structuring an Elixir+Phoenix App
Brian engages in an evaluation of various open source Phoenix+Ecto apps to try to figure out great ways to structure applications.

Testing Third Party Integrations
Devon wrote this post on the one thing that is always hard, regardless of what language you’re working in: Testing integrations with third party services.

Even more from around the Elixir community

TIL: Parameterized ExUnit tests Misc

ElixirWizards: Council of Wizards Part 2 with Chris Bell, Desmond Bowe, Emily Maxie, Dan Lindeman, and Alan Voss Podcast

ThinkingElixir: Learning Elixir with Ricardo Trindade Podcast

Adding Supervision Tree to Manage Algo Traders in Elixir Video

What is Phoenix LiveView Anyway? Bruce Tate Explains... Video

Lonestar Elixir 2020 Speaker Talks: Ben Wheat: Let's Write CSS in Elixir! Video

Let's set up GitHub Actions on our Phoenix app (with Jonathan Clem) Video

3 Simple Things that Make Elixir a Pleasure to Use (and one that Doesn’t) Blog post

How to Know Which of the Enum Functions to use in Elixir Blog post

Winners of the 2020 IoT Evolution Product of the Year Awards Announced Blog post

Build a Performat Autocomplete Using Phoenix LiveView and Alpine.js Blog post

Vim as an Elixir IDE Blog post

Headless CMS fun with Phoenix LiveView and Airtable (pt. 3) Blog post

Using Pipes in Your Test Assertions Blog post

Integrating vis.js with Phoenix Live View Blog post

Creating LiveView Modals with Tailwind CSS and AlpineJS Blog post

Internationalisation with Phoenix Live Layouts Blog post

Integrating Paystack Payment API into An Elixir/Phoenix Project #fintech #nigeria Blog post

Serum v1.5.0 Released Blog post

Subvisual/dictator Project update

Elixir World Project update

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

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