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Issue #65 - Ecto vs ActiveRecord - side by side

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Phoenix & Ecto cheatsheets
Rico just wrote a whole bunch of cheatsheets for Phoenix and Ecto. Check it out 🔥!

Ecto vs ActiveRecord - side by side
DailyDrip created an app to compare ActiveRecord and Ecto queries side-by-side.

Pigeon v1.1 Released
With Pigeon, you can send iOS and Android push notifications with Elixir!

Disassemble Elixir code
Gaspar shows us how to "disassemble" Elixir code and check if Erlang's dead code elimination works.

Upgrade Erlang to fix issues with Elixir / Phoenix in High Sierra
If you’re a Mac user upgrading to High Sierra and you experience issues with Elixir/Phoenix, try upgrading Erlang.

Multidimensional Knapsack Problem — Distributed
Wojciech presents a distributed approach for solving all kinds of optimization problems, using the Multidimensional Knapsack Problem (MKP) as an example.

Even more from around the Elixir community

TIL: Mix tasks accessing the db with `Mix.Ecto` Misc

TIL: Print Information about an Elixir Data Type Misc

Elixir Fountain: Strange Brew with Brooklyn Zelenka Podcast

Deploying a Phoenix App with Gatling Video

Deploying Phoenix App to GCP using Nanobox Blog post

User Authentication Kata with Elixir and Phoenix Blog post

The Circuit Breaker Pattern - Part 3 Blog post

Cowboy 2.0 has been released! Blog post

Nice and ESI (Easy) `Task.async_stream` Blog post

Planning Recipes with a Supermarket API (1/2) Blog post

Implementing GenStages Under Umbrella Blog post

plymio_option v0.1.0 released Project update

tds_ecto - Ecto 2 Adapter for Microsoft SQL Server Project update

Maple: Compile time client code generator for GraphQL APIs Project update

coincoin - Blockchain based cryptocurrency proof-of-concept in Elixir Project update

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

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