Posts tagged "ecto"

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 … »

Many to many and upserts

Note: This is a sample chapter of the upcoming beta version of our “What’s new in Ecto 2.0” free book. Reserve Download your copy now if you want to receive the next beta and be notified of future versions. In the previous chapter we have learned about many_to_many associations and how to map external data … »

Ecto’s insert_all and schemaless queries

One of the functions added to Ecto 2.0 is Ecto.Repo.insert_all/3. insert_all allows developers to insert multiple entries at once into a repository: MyApp.Repo.insert_all(Post, [[title: “hello”, body: “world”], [title: “another”, body: “post”]]) Although insert_all is just a regular Elixir function, it plays an important role in Ecto 2.0 goals. To understand more about these goals, let’s … »

Ecto 2.0.0-rc is out!

We are really glad to announce the release candidate for Ecto 2.0 has been released. The upcoming Ecto version packs many goodies: We have migrated to DBConnection, which considerably improves the performance of how Ecto manages connections to the database as a whole. Improved pool management, faster encoding/decoding, support for prepared queries and more; The … »

Ecto 2.0.0-beta.0 is out!

Hello everyone, We are really glad to announce that Ecto 2.0.0-beta.0 has been released. The upcoming Ecto version packs many goodies: We have migrated to DBConnection, which considerably improves the performance of how Ecto manages connections to the database as a whole. Improved pool management, faster encoding/decoding, support for prepared queries and more The effective … »

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 … »