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You have a nested map (or a struct that you converted to a nested map) and you want to remove ALL the keys with specific values such as nil.
This is the part where I'm struggling how to use OTP/Elixir. My biggest concern is... most tutorials I read are basically the equivalent of Redis but in OTP, where everything seems to get lost if something dies. Below are a few example topics I've dealt with in the past, and how I would build them in rails, and I'm hoping someone could help me "convert" them to OTP/Elixir thought-approach.
That is indeed the question! Whether it is better to keep everything in a single process, or to have a separate process for every piece of state we need to manage? In this post I’ll talk a bit about using and not using processes. I’ll also discuss how to separate complex stateful logic from concerns such as temporal behaviour and cross process communication.
Hello guys, I have been working with Elixir and Phoenix web framework so far. I am very impressed with exrm which aims at release new version of application, also migrate / rollback to particular version.
At the start of February we outlined a process for basic deployments of Elixir applications on AWS. There were a few holes in this, particularly around some of the shinier Elixir features, but before proceeding with tackling these we wanted to get a sense of what features the community felt were most important.