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Issue #47 - Neuron: A GraphQL client for Elixir

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This week in Elixir

Credo v0.8.0 released
Credo is a static code analysis tool emphasizing code consistency and teaching. This release introduces major internal refactorings which result in less memory consumption and an overall faster analysis.

Neuron: A GraphQL client for Elixir
Unai published the first version of Neuron, a tiny GraphQL client for Elixir.

New Book - Phoenix Inside Out
Rebuild a mini-Phoenix framework and learn to use Phoenix framework with confidence!

Refactoring for Tests in Elixir
Need to test that tricky function? Here’s a story of a refactoring that allowed Devon to add some good new tests for a new feature in Benchee.

Learning Regex with Elixir: Tips, Tricks & Caveats
The jump start Drew wished he’d had when setting out to learn regular expressions in Elixir. How it works, what sets Elixir's Regex module apart, handling Unicode and more

[VIDEO] Elixir and Unity3D
In this episode of ElixirSips Josh ties a spaceship simulator in with Unity3D via an impromptu TCPServer.

Even more from around the Elixir community

TIL - Compile time purge level Misc

TIL - Remove, Get, And Compile a dependency Misc

Growth of Elixir Meetups Video

Interview with José Valim at ElixirConf EU Video

Learn String Interpolation in 30 seconds Video

Understanding Maps | Zero to Hero #5 Video

Refactoring a big function in Elixir Video

ElixirConf US - 5-8 Sep - Bellevue Conference

Elixir.LDN 2017 - 17 Aug - London Conference

How to use Elixir's Enum.filter_map Blog post

Monitoring GenServer calls with Scout Blog post

Map, Compose, Capture Oh My Blog post

Deploying Elixir applications with Docker and Digital Ocean Blog post

The Easiest Distributed Producer-Consumer System Blog post

Phoenix is better but Rails is more popular Blog post

Writing a Custom Action in #ExAdmin Blog post

What are some use cases where Elixir/Phoenix is more advantageous than Ruby/Rails? Blog post

Sobelow, the Phoenix vulnerability scanner - v0.3.0 Project update

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

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