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Understanding Associations in Elixir's Ecto

By Andrew Scorpil on

Data modeling in Ecto takes a bit of getting used to. The goal of this post is to give a short but definitive answer to this problem.

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Capabilities of Elixir's Logger

By Julio Sampaio on

Let's find out what can be done with Elixir's Logger.

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Monitoring Any System with StatsD and AppSignal's Standalone Agent

By Tomas Fernandez on

To extend monitoring everywhere and have all data in a single place, check out our standalone agent.

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Testing the Tricky Parts of an Absinthe Application

By Devon Estes on

In this post, we'll go through ways of making testing Absinthe easier

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The State of Elixir HTTP Clients

By Alex Koutmos on

Take a deep dive into Elixir HTTP client libraries — Mint and Finch.

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Building State Machines in Elixir with Ecto

By Miguel Palhas on

Learn when you should use state machines and how to build one with Elixir's Ecto.

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Best Practices for Background Jobs in Elixir

By Miguel Palhas on

Learn how to avoid some common mistakes while working with background jobs in Elixir.

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Using Mnesia in an Elixir Application

By Alex Koutmos on

Learn about Mnesia and how to use it in an Elixir application.

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Configuring your Elixir Application at Runtime with Vapor

By Devon Estes on

Learn how to configure your application with Vapor in a safe, consistent, and reliable way that will last you well into the future.

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How to Use gRPC in Elixir

By Alex Koutmos on

Learn about gRPC and how to use it in an Elixir application.

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Building Compile-time Tools With Elixir's Compiler Tracing Features

By Devon Estes on

Check out one of Elixir's latest features—compiler tracing—and find out why you should consider using it.

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Migrating Production Data in Elixir

By Miguel Palhas on

Find out how to handle migrations that involve systems other than the database itself, while keeping the entire process idempotent and backward-compatible.

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