There is a high chance that you have used lists, maps, keywords etc. for some reason or another, and if you used those enumerables, you had to iterate over them, build some data structures, transform them etc.
There's arguably no non-trivial web app that doesn't need to manage resource authorization, and Curiosum’s Permit library comes in handy especially if your stack is Phoenix, LiveView and Ecto. We’ve just released it so explore its features.
The foundation of any software application lies in its tech stack. But how do you choose the right one for your business? This guide will help you to discover the tech stacks field, offering insights and recommendations for businesses of all sizes.
Handling translations in web applications can be a challenging and time-consuming task. The process entails managing various files, tracking modifications, and ensuring that translations remain current as the project progresses. These complexities can slow down development and introduce errors. That’s why we decided to create an open source solution: Kanta. In this blog post, we’ll explore the problem of managing translations in web apps, and how Kanta simplifies the process. We’ll also compare it with other translation management tools and delve into its powerful plugins.
SQL Injections. It's a monster that every programmer has heard of, but only a few have seen its devastating effects. Also, it's very likely that you've created at least one such vulnerability on your programming road and don't even know about it.
The concept of Phoenix Context may appear straightforward, yet its potential for significantly boosting Phoenix app maintainability is profound. However, the truth is many developers grapple with its effective implementation. In this blog post, I will unveil a strategic solution for optimizing context organization, a critical step towards sustainable and efficient Phoenix app development.