Issue #275 - ElixirConf 2021 Highlights
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This week in Elixir
Burrito: Wrap Your Application in a BEAM Burrito!
Aaron and Quinn just open sourced Burrito, a library that allows you to build and distribute cross-platform, command-line Elixir applications to environments without an installed Erlang runtime.
ElixirConf 2021 Highlights
Bonnie wrote up a blog post highlighting her favorite talks and moments from this month’s ElixirConf.
Philip created PLDS (Phoenix LiveDashboard Standalone), which allows you to run the LiveDashboard against non-Phoenix applications, to debug Broadway pipelines, and more.
You can in Fact use Schemas in Migrations
Josef wrote about how a lot of times people are discouraged from using schemas in migrations but why the problem is not the schemas themselves.
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