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Issue #214 - An IoT Birdhouse with Elixir Nerves & Phoenix LiveView Components

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This week in Elixir

Elixir Outlaws: The ish is What Matters
This week, Chris and Amos discuss the power of modeling problems with data and the trap of the single global process.

An IoT Birdhouse with Elixir Nerves & Phoenix LiveView Components
Daniel writes about building an IoT Birdhouse with Elixir Nerves & Phoenix LiveView Components 🐦

Building Backdoor: Web Console for Elixir & Phoenix Applications - Part #3
Hubert's series on building interactive Elixir web console continues: This time he builds multiple concurrent sessions support using DynamicSupervisor, Registry, Supervisor, Agent and GenServer.

Preparing to Refactor with Property Tests
If you can think in properties, with or without a property testing library, your tests will support refactoring rather than being a barrier to it.

Soft Dependencies in Elixir Projects
Josef shows how to implement soft dependencies in Elixir and why they can be useful for library authors!

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

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