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Love Phoenix LiveView, but haven’t learned about LiveComponents? Then check out this intro. We’ll start by building a Stateless component and refactor it to Stateful component.
In this episode we’re integrating Twilio into a Phoenix LiveView application. When we’re finished users will be able to share their favorite album via text message.
Here we’ll learn how we can use UUIDs as the primary key with Ecto Schemas.
In this episode we’ll add an export button that allow users to download a CSV of album data.
In this episode we’ll update our shopping cart to allow users to add multiple product variations to their shopping cart.
In this episode we’ll see to use Torch to generate admin pages that look great.
Now that we’re using Phx.Gen.Auth to handle authentication, let’s get our email notifications working. We’ll update our app to use the Swoosh package to send the user notification emails generated with Phx.Gen.Auth.
There are many ways to add authentication Phoenix apps. Here we’ll explore the new Phx.Gen.Auth package and how easily it can be used to add authentication to Phoenix apps.
Let’s see how we can introspect Ecto Schemas using the __schema__ function. With it, we’ll be able to dynamically see what fields and associations a given schema has.
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