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Cross-origin Resource Sharing (CORS) with Rails
#275 · Pro

Cross-origin Resource Sharing (CORS) allows your website to talk to other websites.

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Using Vuex with Forms in Rails
#274 · Pro

Embeddable Javascript Widgets often contain forms. We're using Vuex to build our comment form widget and we're going to use vue-map-fields to make this easier.

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Using Vuex with a Rails Backend
#273 · Pro

The next step in our embeddable javascript widget series is setting up our Vue frontend to talk with our Rails backend using Vuex

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User Avatars with ActiveStorage
#272 ·

Adding user avatars is pretty easy using Rails' ActiveStorage feature. We'll be using Devise in this example, but this applies to any user authentication system.

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Embeddable Javascript Comments Widget Models - Part 1
#271 · Pro

Starting our Embeddable JS Widget series outlining the comment and discussion models and the basic webpacker setup

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Link To Current Page With Params
#270 ·

Learn how to link to the current page and add, remove, or modify params in the URL. This is handy for things like search or index pages with filters.

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Search Filters with ElasticSearch Aggregations
#269 · Pro

Learn how to add sidebar search filters like Amazon.com using ElasticSearch's aggregations in Searchkick

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How to Build a Slack Slash Command App with Rails
#268 · Pro

Learn how to implement a Slack Slash Command App in Rails using webhooks

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Handling First & Last Name with the name_of_person gem
#267 ·

Deciding whether or not to have separate first and last name fields gets a bit confusing. Basecamp's recently released name_of_person gem shows you exactly how to handle this reliably and also stands as a fantastic example of how to build a concern

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Reddit style comment thread pagination
#266 · Pro

Adding pagination to our nested comment threads is easier than you might think, plus we'll take a look at a couple different approaches we can use

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