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Issue #319 - Humble Bundle for Elixir Programming

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This week in Elixir

Building for Web and Native with LiveView Native
LiveView Native is an interesting new way to build native iOS applications with server-rendered state. Nate experimented with using LiveView Native to render the same code to iOS and the Web.

Humble Bundle for Elixir Programming
Starting to learn to code using Elixir? Wanna give the gift of Elixir to a fellow developer? The Humble Bundle has a bunch of eBooks to show you how!

Benchmark Your Elixir App's Performance with Benchee
An introduction to a tool called Benchee to benchmark parts of an Elixir application.

ElixirConf 2022 Teller Challenge Writeup
Learn how to crack a bank app using Elixir. This is a writeup for the remote attendee instance!

Surface 0.8.0 released
I love how Surface is coming along!

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

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