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DailyDrip is rebooting ElixirSips by building a production Phoenix-based Forum engine - Firestorm - and we're running a Kickstarter right now to help make it more awesome. In addition, we'll be producing a month of free daily content to take someone through the basics of Elixir, OTP, Ecto, and Phoenix as a thank you to all of our subscribers and backers.
this week's favorite
How to send raw binary data through channels in the Phoenix framework and read the data on the client. We will be using the MessagePack format to deliver the payload, gzipping when it makes sense to do so.
The most notable changes are the addition of the Registry module and the Task.async_stream/3 and Task.async_stream/5 which aid developers in writing concurrent software. Overall this is the smallest release since Elixir v1.0 and that's also a feature!
If you’re new to Elixir, hopefully this post can help knock out a few of the basic problems you’d encounter in your first few hours of trying elixir, in order to get to the more interesting stuff faster!
A discussion on why benchmark rated Elixir very poorly on performance.
You are very good person! Great person! You have just created you first (or second, or third, etc.) package in Elixir language and published it to the Hex. You are nice enough to follow some conventions. At least this one.