We talk with Mitchell Hanberg and learn about why he created the alternate Phoenix templating language called “Temple”. He explains how Temple works, some of its unique benefits and where he's going with it in the future. Mitchell also took over maintenance of the testing project Wallaby from Chris Keathley. We revisit what Wallaby is and the special place it can have when building automated full system tests for our projects.
Show Notes online - http://podcast.thinkingelixir.com/92
Elixir Community News
- https://twitter.com/josevalim/status/1506248906979659782 – José shared his personal definition of a reduction as "energy".
- https://twitter.com/thibaut_barrere/status/1501909747854942212 – PSA for people whose app fails to start on port 5000 when running on the new macOS.
- https://dashbit.co/blog/rustler-precompiled – Rustler Precompiled project was announced on the Dashbit blog by Philip Sampaio
- https://twitter.com/nervesproject/status/1504821571524964357 – Lots of update Nerves releases on Hex
- https://snyk.io/blog/peacenotwar-malicious-npm-node-ipc-package-vulnerability/ – A popular NPM package was maliciously updated by the maintainer as an act of protest. Impacted Vue.js projects.
- https://twitter.com/mitchhanberg – on Twitter
- https://github.com/mhanberg/ – on Github
- https://www.mitchellhanberg.com – Blog
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