Structs and maps are easy to work with in Elixir, but if they are stored in the database as JSON and accessed via an Ecto Schema, it’s not as clear how to query them. We’re going to explore how to do that, and make it clear and easy.
Testing with Bamboo is easy, and it’s still easy when the email’s content includes random data.
Phoenix 1.3 introduces contexts, which has been met with some resistance. I’ve developed an application using it and learned some lessons.
Ugh… three lines for a simple text input for a form in Phoenix? How about one with Formulator?