Posts by José Valim

A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0: performance, migrations and more

Welcome to the “A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0” series: Breaking changes Query improvements part 1 Query improvements part 2 Performance, migrations and more (you are here!) We are back for one last round! This time we are going to cover improvements on three main areas: performance, upserts and migrations. If you would like to … »

A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0: query improvements (part 2)

Welcome to the “A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0” series: Breaking changes Query improvements part 1 Query improvements part 2 (you are here!) Performance, migrations and more This time we are back to cover other improvements coming to Ecto.Query in Ecto 3.0. UNION, EXCEPT and INTERSECT With Ecto 3.0, it is now possible to add … »

A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0: query improvements (part 1)

Welcome to the “A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0” series: Breaking changes Query improvements part 1 (you are here!) Query improvements part 2 Performance, migrations and more Let’s get started with the improvements to Ecto.Query APIs. The Ecto.Query API is the area that saw most improvements in Ecto 3.0, to the point we won’t be … »

A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0: breaking changes

Welcome to the “A sneak peek at Ecto 3.0” series: Breaking changes (you are here!) Query improvements part 1 Query improvements part 2 Performance, migrations and more We have spent the last 3 months working hard to release Ecto 3.0. As we get closer and closer to Ecto 3.0 release, we will do a series … »

What’s new in Flow v0.14

Flow v0.14 has been recently released with more fine grained control on data emission and tighter integration with GenStage. In this blog post we will start with a brief recap of Flow and go over the new changes. We end the post with a description of the new Elixir Development Subscription service by Plataformatec and … »

What’s new in Elixir – Jun/18

Erlang/OTP 21.0 was just released and work on the upcoming Elixir v1.7 release is ongoing. In this post, we highlight some of the features that have already landed in the Elixir master branch. Elixir will now provide hints of where a mistake may have happened when you forget a do or an end (commit). Erlang/OTP … »