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Logo ElixirWeekly by @elixirstatus Issue #234
This week in Elixir

Grax is a light-weight graph data mapper which maps RDF graph data on to Elixir structs, like Ecto.Schemas for graph data.

Use the new Enum Type in Ecto 3.5
Enums are a great way to safely store user roles, record status updates, and many other things in your database. Ecto 3.5 added Ecto.Enum which makes it easier than ever to persist enums to your database.

Elixir v1.11.3 released
See the linked CHANGELOG for more info (it is a patch release).

Mutiny: Simple Database Immutability
Need database-level assurance that certain records are immutable? Mutiny might be for you.

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