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In this article I’ll use the term boundary to refer to a module namespace. This terminology comes from the boundary library, which we use to control cross-module dependencies in our projects. In a nutshell, boundary allows us to create groups of modules, called boundaries, and manage dependencies between them.
Absinth is a great GraphQL library for Elixir, but it brings a few challenges as it’s practically implemented using macros. One of these challenges is a DRY way of reusing enumerables in Absinth enums before v1.6.0.
In a real time application, keeping users up to date with the latest information possible is crucial. As such, creating an efficient data pipeline is a necessity. According to Stephen Bussey in his book, there are a few traits a data pipeline must have to be considered efficient.
I’ve been working with Ecto for a little bit now and I keep finding that it can be really helpful to make my queries composable. By that, I mean creating functions that take in a query and return a query so that I can pipe multiple of these query functions together.
There are challenges that come up in almost every web application project. One of those challenges is finding a way to let users query your database or filter a given dataset.