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Ganesh Mani
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Oct 21, 2022 ⋅ 8 min read

Building a REST API with Elixir and Phoenix

Ganesh Mani I'm a full-stack developer, Android application/game developer, and tech enthusiast who loves to work with current technologies in web, mobile, the IoT, machine learning, and data science.

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2 Replies to "Building a REST API with Elixir and Phoenix"

  1. >It is a dynamically typed language, so it checks all the types at runtime rather than compile time.

    Huh. It’s more of a shortcoming than a feature.

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