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It has been 5 months since I started learning Elixir and Phoenix, and has been quite a ride. Most of the experience has been great but sometimes I find some issues that are hard to tackle. A while ago I needed to use a better notion of time in our project, and after a little bit of research I found Timex and Timex Ecto library for Elixir.
Here it is, another small article about the implementation of a new functionality in the API service we are building using Elixir and Phoenix.
One of the most notable performance improvements in Ecto 3.0 is that schemas loaded from an Ecto repository now uses less memory.
Transparent bi-directional communication for clients, servers and more GenBrowser gives every client a unique identifier that can be used to send messages to/from/between clients.
If you’ve been following the story of Visual Studio Code, there is a chance you’ve heard of another recent creation from Microsoft: the Language Server Protocol.