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Logo ElixirWeekly by @elixirstatus Issue #279
This week in Elixir

Launching Livebook Using LiveView
Mark writes about creating fly.io‘s Livebook launcher in LiveView!

Writing a Genetic Algorithm in Nx
Sean wrote about writing a Genetic Algorithm that can run on a GPU with Nx and EXLA.

A Nice Dashboard UI
Intro into how to create a nice looking LiveView dashboard by Alvise.

Debugging Elixir Phoenix: Beyond IO.inspect/2
Jack covers some options for debugging Elixir when using IO.inspect/2.

Even more from around the Elixir community

TIL: Elixir IEX Multi-line Command Misc

Thinking Elixir: New to Dev or Elixir and Women in Tech with Miki and Kate Rezentes Podcast

Elixir Wizards: The Benefits of Consistently Growing Your Toolset with Florian Kraft Podcast

Build a Postgres Proxy in Elixir Using Pattern Matching Blog post

Expectations with Mox Blog post

Safe Ecto Migrations Blog post

Building a Simple Calendly Clone with Phoenix LiveView (pt. 3) Blog post

Building a Simple Calendly Clone with Phoenix LiveView (pt. 3) Blog post

One way to Handle Static Asset Files in Phoenix 1.6 Blog post

Deploying Elixir Ebook Blog post

alexiob/forthvm: Forth VM/Interpreter Written in Elixir Project update

artur-Sulej/excellent_migrations: An Elixir Tool for Checking Safety of Database Migrations. Project update

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

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