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In this episode we’ll look at how we can upgrade a Phoenix application to use the new Phoenix 1.4 release.
In this episode we’re getting started with Erlang Term Storage or ETS. We’ll learn the basics of storing data with ETS, then we’ll expand on that to see how ETS can be used in a Phoenix application.
In this episode we’ll see how we can easily use Phoenix Channels to broadcast events from the server in order to update the client in realtime.
In this episode we’ll be exploring one method to simplify Phoenix controllers using action_fallback. action_fallback allows you to specify a plug to handle errors in your controller.
In this episode we’ll be adding the ability for users to sign in to a Phoenix web application with Twitter. We’ll use Ueberauth to help us handle the OAuth flow to and from Twitter.
In this episode we’ll learn how to identify security issues in Phoenix applications. We’ll be using Sobelow to help us identify different potential vulnerabilities.
Assigns allow you to set and access shared data in different contexts within Phoenix. In this episode we’ll explore how to use assigns in the connection, template, and socket.
In this episode we’ll look at how we can use the Phoenix router to define routes for our application. We’ll learn how to define single routes and full RESTful resources in Phoenix.
In this episode we’ll learn how to seed our Ecto database with some dummy info for use in a Phoenix application.
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