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In the previous chapter of this series, we looked at hot code reloading in Elixir and why we should use GenServer to implement long-running processes.
If your data is encrypted, even if it's leaked, no one know what is the data. That's great.
In this post, you'll learn how to implement JWT based authentication using Phoenix.Token.
Plug is not the only interface with the middleware layer. Absinthe also comes with a middleware layer of its own and we can use it similarly to implement authorization for queries, mutations, and subscriptions.
I’m pleased to announce the first release candidate of Phoenix 1.6.0 has landed on the heels of a fresh LiveView 0.16 release! This release brings a number of major additions, quality of life improvements, bug fixes, and a couple deprecations.