[ElixirWeekly] Issue #88 - Top Open Source Frameworks in Elixir
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This week in Elixir
Should I Use `with` or `|>` for Architecting Flow in Elixir Programs?
This blog post compares two approaches of describing the flow of a program, `with` and `|>`, and gives a recommendation on when to use each.
Top Open Source Frameworks in Elixir
Murtaza put together a list of "Best Elixir Frameworks" for creating applications for web, APIs, bots, command-line scripts, dashboards, etc.
Querying an Embedded Map in PostgreSQL with Ecto
Structs and maps are easy to work with in Elixir, but if they are stored in the database as JSON and accessed via an Ecto Schema, it's not as clear how to query them. This post explores how to do that!
This post by Kamil explores where and how to validate incoming payloads in web applications.
Expat - Reusable, Composable Pattern Matching in Elixir
Expat is a library for creating composable pattern matchers that just went 1.0!
The RedMonk Programming Language Rankings
As with every iteration of the RedMonk Programming Language Rankings, Elixir is climbing up.
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