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Issue #266 - Writing Absinthe Authorization Middleware

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This week in Elixir

Using Rust with Elixir for Code Reuse and Performance
The fine folks from Doctave wrote about how they get great reuse of code and performance improvements by calling Rust directly from Elixir.

Writing Absinthe Authorization Middleware
Josef writes about authorizing their GraphQL API using middlewares.

Using Supervisors to Organize Your Elixir Application
Find out how you can use supervisors to organize your Elixir application.

How to Override Kernel Macros
The macro mechanism in Elixir is not only an interesting metaprogramming feature - in fact, it is at the language's very core.

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

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