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Monitoring the Erlang VM With AppSignal's Magic Dashboard

By Stefan Verkerk on

In this post, we walk through monitoring the Erlang VM with the metrics automatically shown in AppSignal's Magic Dashboard.

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How to Get Your Elixir Application Ready for CI/CD

By Alex Koutmos on

Explore a wide array of Elixir ecosystem tools that can help you create top-notch CI pipelines.

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Top 10 AppSignal Blog Posts in 2019

By Milica Maksimović on

Check out the most appreciated posts on our blog in 2019.

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How to Use Broadway in Your Elixir Application

By Alex Koutmos on

Discover how Broadway can help you create highly concurrent data processing pipelines in your Elixir app.

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Caching with Elixir and ETS

By Elvio on

Get started using ETS as a caching mechanism in your Elixir applications and pick up some useful tips and tricks.

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Typespecs and Behaviours in Elixir

By Miguel Palhas on

In this post we talk about behaviours. Not ours. But Elixir's

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Flags, Seeds and Idempotency: Database Tooling with Elixir

By Miguel Palhas on

In this post, we stir into our cauldron of magic potions and idempotence, and brew some neat Elixir database tooling

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Multiplayer Go with Elixir's Registry, PubSub and dynamic supervisors

By Jeff Kreeftmeijer on

In part 3 of building the Go Game in Elixir, we'll allow the creation of new games as well as inviting others to join in. Along the way, we touch on Elixir's Registry, PubSub and dynamic supervisors.

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Metaprogramming: From C Preprocessing to Elixir Macros

By Miguel Palhas on

Metaprogramming has come a long way since its early days. In this edition of Elixir Alcamy, we'll see how it evolved.

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Building the Go Game in Elixir:
Time Travel and the Ko Rule

By Jeff Kreeftmeijer on

Today, we continue with our Go game to add the ability to undo and redo moves and implement Go's ko rule.

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Building and Playing the Go Game with Phoenix LiveView

By Jeff Kreeftmeijer on

Today we play the Go game. But we implement it in Phoenix LiveView first.

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Doing Background Work Using a Native Elixir Approach

By Desmond Bowe on

In this article, we'll look at the different solutions Elixir has for performing background work and when you would use each one.

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