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In this episode, we’ll learn how to use Credo to help us catch inconsistencies and improve our code.
In this episode we’ll explore a way to get lower level control of asynchronous operations in Phoenix LiveView with start_async.
In this episode we’ll fetch data asynchronously using Phoenix LiveView’s assign_async function.
Hammer makes it easy to add rate-limiting to your Elixir Phoenix application.
In this episode we’ll use Plug to restrict access to our JSON API unless the request includes a valid API key.
In this episode we’ll learn how to use Phoenix 1.7 to build a JSON API.
If you’re using components in your application, PhoenixStorybook provides an easy way to add a storybook-like UI for them. In this episode, we’ll learn how to add PhoenixStorybook to an application.
In this episode, we’ll build on what we did in part 1 and create a form that filters our albums using Flop.
Sortable tables with pagination are simple with Flop. In this episode, we’ll use Flop’s components to add pagination and sortable tables to an application.
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