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In this episode, we’ll get a quick introduction on how to use Phoenix LiveView Uploads. We’ll read the contents of an uploaded CSV file, save it to the database, and then make it viewable from the app.
Surface is a server-side rendering component library built on top of Phoenix LiveView. In this episode, we’ll see how to use Surface to create both stateless and stateful components.
Clustering your Elixir application will help provide redundancy and give it higher availability. In this episode, we’ll learn how to cluster an Elixir application on Gigalixir using libcluster.
Here we have an existing database we need to encrypt. In this episode we’ll learn how to encrypt it with Cloak.
Cloak makes it easy to encrypt data in Elixir applications. Here we’ll use Cloak to encrypt some Ecto database fields.
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.
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