Programming Ecto (Pragmatic Programmers)
Friday, 26 April 2019

With the subtitle, Build Database Apps in Elixir for Scalability and Performance, this book shows how to use Ecto, the database library for Elixir, to connect Elixir and Phoenix apps to databases. Authors Darin Wilson and Eric Meadows-Jonsson begin from Ecto fundamentals with a module-by-module tour, then move on to more advanced topics and advice on best practices. They also provide a series of recipes featuring more advanced topics, such as changing your pooling strategy to maximize your database's efficiency, and using nested associations to handle complex table relationships.



Author: Darin Wilson and Eric Meadows-Jonsson
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
Date: April 2019
Pages: 244
ISBN: 978-1680502824
Print: 1680502824
Audience: Elixir and Ecto developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Data Science




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