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Today, we are glad to announce the first official release of this tool: Broadway v0.1. Broadway was mainly designed to help developers build concurrent, multi-stage data ingestion and data processing pipelines. It allows developers to consume data efficiently from different sources, such as Amazon SQS, RabbitMQ, and others.
One thing that folks sometimes want or need to do is to be able to “soft delete” records in a database. This means that instead of actually removing the record from a database, you in some way keep it there but make it “invisible” to your application.
Mnesia is cool. It’s quite cryptic but worth the pain. Already present in the OTP framework, it’s easy to use in both simple cases and out-of-the-box replication inside a cluster. This article covers what happened when we implemented Mnesia, including the difficulties we encountered and the results we got.
Mint is a new low-level HTTP client that aims to provide a small and functional core that others can build on top. Mint is connection based: each connection is a single struct with an associated socket belonging to the process that started the connection. Since no extra processes are started for the connection, you can choose the process architecture that better fits your application.
By default, all new generated Elixir apps via mix new include a nice installation snippet in the README.md. However, I am always forgetting to update the version constraint in the README.md whenever I bump my app to a new version.