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This is the easiest way to make your Phoenix app use pretty URLs. Instead of URLs like users/3, we'll set up this vanilla Phoenix app to have URLs like users/Jesse. The same technique will let you link to blog posts by title slug, instead of number, etc...
One of the first things you’ll probably do when building a new Phoenix application is to define some routes. In this episode we’ll look at how we can use the Phoenix to create different routes for our application.
How to build an HD wallet with extended keys in Elixir?
Chris McCord's talk from ElixirConf EU 2018.
At the beginning of my Ruby on Rails career, I was using the “Rails Best Practices” code metric tool. The intent of the tool is pretty simple. It provides you suggestions how to improve your code. The best part of it, that on the https://rails-bestpractices.com website I was able to find detailed instructions why and how to fix those issues.