Kamil Lelonek

Surprising examples of using for-comprehension in Elixir

After writing my previous article, which explains loops in Elixir:

I received very positive feedback and many questions about for concept. It looks simple at first glance, and it’s beneficial at the same time, so I decided to explain it comprehensively ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°).

What are the Elixir Comprehensions?

For comprehension provides a very…

Private dependencies from GitHub in your Docker container

Every so often your deployment pipeline is pretty complex and consists of multiple steps including testing, building, packaging and releasing your entire application.

Such a Continuous Integration process is not always trivial and sometimes touches authorization in different services to fetch necessary dependencies and be able to deploy your project.

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