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This article is the first introductory one in a series of articles focusing on my journey implementing Git in Elixir programming language.
A deep dive into how the library works, this tour is not aimed at extensively covering every single aspect of the Plug.Cowboy library but rather provide a good understanding of the main mechanisms operating under the hood
Phoenix LiveDashboard quickly conquered the hearts and minds of Elixir and Phoenix developers worldwide, and here at AmberBit we are no different. It’s part of our standard toolkit, and whenever we start to build another Phoenix app for our customers, we always add LiveDashboard.
These are some things I commonly use in my elixir development workflow that might be interesting for someone.
Phoenix comes with a few handy ways to test its components. For example, it has Phoenix.ControllerTest module, which helps us make a request that goes through the application endpoint all the way up to the controller. Phoenix also generates a ConnCase module along with the project to better use Phoenix.ControllerTest during testing, with a dedicated setup block.