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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 Monitor and Optimize Your Database Performance: A Practical Guide

By Stefan Verkerk on

In this post, we'll dive into the database part of your architecture to show how you can monitor and optimize your database performance.

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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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Monitoring Memory Usage for Erlang and Elixir Applications

By Stefan Verkerk on

In this post, we'll do a quick overview of monitoring memory issues in Erlang and Elixir setups.

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AppSignal for Elixir Integration 2.1 Released

By Jeff Kreeftmeijer on

We're happy to announce the release of AppSignal for Elixir 2.1.0. In this version, we’ve made our error helpers more flexible than what we offered before.

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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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Microservices Monitoring: Using Namespaces for Data Structuring

By Tomas Fernandez on

Microservices pose unique challenges for error reporting and instrumentation. Today, we’ll explore the best way to monitor them using namespaces in AppSignal.

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Top 5 Elixir Blog Posts in 2020 from AppSignal

By Milica Maksimović on

Check out the most appreciated Elixir posts on our blog in 2020.

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Announcing AppSignal for Elixir 2.0

By Jeff Kreeftmeijer, Milica Maksimović on

We're now saving you more time by making the installation process smoother and instrumenting Ecto out of the box. We've also laid the groundwork for distributed tracing.

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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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