Elixir Alchemy

Elixir Alchemy is our special email series where we dive deep into all things Elixir.

How to Do Live Uploads in Phoenix LiveView

By Sophie DeBenedetto on

Discover how to do live file uploads with LiveView, so that you can easily build forms.

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Under the Hood of Macros in Elixir

By Jia Hao Woo on

In the second part of our metaprogramming series, find out about the inner workings of macros in Elixir.

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Real-Time Form Validation with Phoenix LiveView

By Sophie DeBenedetto on

Discover how you can build LiveView forms that validate changes and provide real-time feedback to users.

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Application Code Upgrades in Elixir

By Ilya Averyanov on

Let's examine application code upgrades in the last part of my production code upgrades in Elixir series.

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An Introduction to Metaprogramming in Elixir

By Jia Hao Woo on

In the first of this four-part series, learn some fundamentals of metaprogramming as well as some Elixir metaprogramming secrets.

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LiveView Integration Tests in Elixir

By Sophie DeBenedetto on

In the second part of this two-part series, you'll write interactive LiveView tests that validate a full set of live view behaviors.

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Using Supervisors to Organize Your Elixir Application

By Ilya Averyanov on

Find out how you can use supervisors to organize your Elixir application.

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An Introduction to Testing LiveView in Elixir

By Sophie DeBenedetto on

In this two-part series, you'll get a comprehensive overview of how to test your LiveView applications in Elixir.

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A Guide to Hot Code Reloading in Elixir

By Ilya Averyanov on

Discover how to use hot code reloading and updates in your production code upgrade in Elixir.

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Building Aggregates in Elixir and PostgreSQL

By Maciej Kaszubowski on

In this article, we will describe the roles and implementation of aggregates in Elixir and PostgreSQL.

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How to Test WebSocket Clients in Elixir with a Mock Server

By Pulkit Goyal on

Discover how to implement a long-running connection between two services with WebSocket, and then write unit tests for functionality.

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How Absinthe Uses Compilation Callbacks for Schema Validation in Elixir

By Devon Estes on

Absinthe manages to do a lot of interesting things during its compilation process, let's take a closer look at it.

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