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This week in Elixir
A page that highlights the achievements of businesses leveraging the Elixir technology stack.
How to use Monaco Editor with Phoenix LiveView and Esbuild
Monaco is state-of-the-art browser-based code editor that powers VS Code. Michał integrates it with Phoenix LiveView using esbuild.
A Love Letter to React
Great write-up by Chris about the inspirations for LiveView's component feature and how React changed an entire indutry's thinking.
Build Your own Lazy Operation Evaluator in Elixir
German was always fascinated by how Elixir’s Stream module handles operations lazily by storing them in a struct, so he wanted to see what it’d be like to write a simple implementation of a lazy math evaluator.
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