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Ecto v1.1 released and Ecto v2.0 plans

Ecto v1.1 has been released. Ecto v1.1 brings improvements and bug fixes to Ecto but, more importantly, paves the way for the upcoming Ecto v2.0 release by deprecating functionality that has been said to be error prone or confusing by developers. This article will highlight both improvements and what to expect by Ecto 2.0. For … »

Mocks and explicit contracts

Our test tools often make it very easy to abuse mocks. This post provides some guidelines on using them properly by relying on explicit contracts.

Working with Ecto associations and embeds

This blog post aims to document how to work with associations in Ecto, covering how to read, insert, update and delete associations and embeds. At the end, we give a more complex example that uses Ecto associations to build nested forms in Phoenix. This article expects basic knowledge Ecto, particularly how repositories, schema and the … »

Elixir in production interview: Adam Kittelson

A few months ago we had the opportunity to interview Adam Kittelson about his experience using Elixir in production. Adam is a senior software engineer at Brightcove. Brightcove is a global provider of cloud solutions for delivering and monetizing video across connected devices. They’re using Elixir and Phoenix to process event streams. Watch the video … »

Elixir in production interview: Mickaël Rémond

A few months ago we had the opportunity to interview Mickaël Rémond about his experience using Elixir in production. Mickaël is the CEO of ProcessOne. ProcessOne is the company behind ejabberd, the famous XMPP server. They’re specialized in high-performance instant messaging solutions and they integrated Elixir into ejabberd to make ejabberd development available to a … »

Elixir in production interview: Jamie Winsor

A few months ago we had the opportunity to interview Jamie Winsor about his experience using Elixir in production. Jamie is a software engineer at Undead Labs. Undead Labs is game development studio, which was founded in 2009 by Jeff Strain, a former Blizzard employee and one of the co-founders of ArenaNet. They’re using Elixir … »