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This week in Elixir

Adding stream_async() to Phoenix LiveView
Learn how to assign stream keys asynchronously in Phoenix LiveView in this post by Jakup. Blog post Hex package with the macro:

Elixir 1.17 released
This release includes type inference of patterns to provide warnings and a new Duration data type as well as support for Erlang/OTP 27.

Advanced Dependency Injection in Elixir with Rewire
Dependency injection can prove useful in Elixir. In this second part of a two-part series, the folks at AppSignal look at some basic concepts, core principles, and types of dependency injection.

A Better Solution for Waiting for Async Tasks in Tests
Ryan speaks to the problem of flaky tests.

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