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Alchemist's Edition

#86: API Authorization with API Keys Part 2

Now that we have our application generating API keys, we need to validate incoming API requests. In part 2 of this series, we’ll create a plug that validates the API key used.

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#62: Simplifying Phoenix Controllers with action_fallback

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.

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Alchemist's Edition

#57: Using Plug to Secure Routes

Now that we’ve created our ‘Order History’ pages, we need to make sure only the respective customers are able to view their order history. We’ll use Plug to help us do this.

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#27: Moving to Elixir Part 3

In part 3 we tackle URLs. We create a new URL structure to go along with our new app. Then we use Plug to create a custom redirect module to handle traffic to the old URL structure.

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#22: Static Site with Elixir

It’s easy to use Elixir to build static websites and in this episode we’ll do just that. We’ll learn how we can use Plug to build a website that serves up static content.

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#20: Intro to Module Plugs

In this episode we’ll get an intro to module plugs in Elixir. We’ll take an existing function plug and convert it into a module plug - highlighting the difference between the two.

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#19: Intro to Function Plugs

Plug is an essential tool when building web applications in Elixir. In this episode we’ll dive into function plugs by building one and using it in an existing Phoenix application.

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