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This week in Elixir

Observability: Reducing Noise in Elixir Applications
This article is aimed at experienced Elixir developers looking to improve their observability practices and build stronger experience of handling logs and exceptions.

Leveling Up Your Elixir Option Handling
Andres shows us how you can define powerful and flexible argument validation schemas with the NimbleOptions library.

Managing Timeouts in GenServer in Elixir: How to Control Waiting Time in Critical Operations
GenServers allow you to create concurrent processes that can maintain internal state and respond to asynchronous messages. One of the most important and versatile options when working with GenServers is :timeout.

This library can be used to replace Esbuild with Bun and get access to all its features.

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

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