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Issue #271 - Phoenix 1.6.0 Released

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This week in Elixir

The ‘use’ Macro in Elixir.
Blog post on how to use the 'use' macro in Elixir, or, as Brooklin put it: use ‘use’ usefully by using __using__.

Phoenix 1.6.0 Released
Finally! Phoenix is getting rid of its Node dependency, introducing the new LiveView HEEx engine and much more.

5 Erlang and Elixir Use Cases In FinTech
Erlang and Elixir can be found powering some of the most performative and innovative systems in the world of financial services – discover where in this article.

Real-Time Form Validation with Phoenix LiveView
Discover how you can build LiveView forms that validate changes and provide real-time feedback to users.

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

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