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This is our going series of articles about Ecto 3.0. The previous post covered the breaking changes in Ecto 3.0. This time we will discuss the improvements to Ecto.Query APIs. In fact, the Ecto.Query API is the area that saw most improvements in Ecto 3.0, to the point we won’t be able to cover all improvement in a single article. Instead, we broke it in part 1 and part 2.
In past, we were using Exrm in Evercam.io and we were never bothered by any difficulty as well as never concerned about how things work when you deploy a phoenix application. The moment, Marco Herbst brought up the topic of hot upgrades, I was totally unaware of what it is, and how am I going to deal with this.
We are back to cover other improvements coming to Ecto.Query in Ecto 3.0. Make sure to read the first post on query improvements if you haven’t yet.
The first release candidate of Phoenix 1.4 is out and ready for testing! Phoenix 1.4 ships with exciting new features, most notably with HTTP2 support, improved development experience with faster compile times, new error pages, and local SSL certificate generation.
The year was 2008. I had a steady job as a .NET developer. Then I read an ad from a company that was looking for developers with knowledge of Erlang… or functional programming in general and I applied.