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This week in Elixir

ACL Checks in LiveView Using Function Decorators
Arjan shows us how to create a function decorator for easier security checks in LiveView event handlers.

Introducing Lazyasdf
Mitchel wrote a Terminal User Interface (TUI) for asdf. Great read for terminal lovers!

Globally Distributed Elixir over Tailscale
The first part of my journey into multi-cloud globally distributed Elixir

Are one of These LiveView Anti Patterns Lurking in Your Codebase?
Over the past 3 years of writing LiveView in production John has come across these 4 anti patterns in LiveView applications.

Even more from around the Elixir community

Elixir Outlaws: Checking Under the Hood of Cars.com Podcast

Thinking Elixir: Network Programming with Elixir and Andrea Leopardi Podcast

Phoenix LiveView Streams Video

Justin Wood, Query Debugging and Optimization in Postgres Video

Animating LiveView Deletions with JS.hide/2 & JS.push/2 Video

What's a Process in Elixir? Blog post

Delete File After Sending in Phoenix Blog post

Creating a Frontend Style Guide with Phoenix Components Blog post

Integrate Mermaid with NimblePublisher in two Lines of Code Blog post

Elixir Railway Oriented Programming Blog post

What Does AI Dream About? Stable Diffusion in Elixir | Curiosum Blog post

Interview with Holden Oullette: Elixir Security, the Sobelow Project, and Scaling Developer Education Blog post

What Does AI Dream About? Stable Diffusion in Elixir Blog post

ecto_cursor_based_stream Project update

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

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