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Logo ElixirWeekly by @elixirstatus Issue #354
This week in Elixir

Monolith vs Microservices: With Elixir You Don't Need to Choose
In this blog post, Dmitry is chiming in on the microservices vs monolith debate that heated up again.

How Elixir Solves a Difficult Security Problem
Thread safety issues lead to complex and high severity security bugs. Michael shows how Elixir’s approach to concurrency eliminates this problem.

Building a Drag-and-Drop List with LiveView and SortableJS
Add drag-and-drop functionality to your Phoenix LiveView app with SortableJS and LiveView Hooks!

Upload Encrypted Files to S3
Peter explains how to encrypt, decrypt, upload, and download files from S3 and how to display them in LiveView.

Experimenting with Elixir Metaprogramming: Agentize
Rodrigo wrote a simple macro that when used within a module with a struct generates a sub module that is an Agent for keeping a map of those structs.

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

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