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ActionText builds on top of the ActiveStorage file uploads feature in Rails, so we're going to configure Amazon S3 storage so we can upload files in production
Testing file uploads can be tricky, but Shrine makes both file uploading and testing a lot easier than you might expect.
File uploads in Rails with Shrine make it easy to upload and customize how files get uploaded and processed in Rails
Learn how to test ActiveStorage file uploads and create fixtures with ActiveStorage attachments
Learn how to implement Uppy as a frontend for uploading files via drag and drop, paste, URL, Google Drive, Dropbox, webcam and more to Active Storage in Rails
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.
Learn how to enable direct uploads in the browser to Amazon S3 or DigitalOcean Spaces using Rails' new ActiveStorage library
Now that the Paperclip gem has been deprecated, it's recommended that you migrate your apps to ActiveStorage
Easily add file uploads to any model (including single or multiple files) using Rails 5.2's new ActiveStorage feature
Learn how to upload files to DigitalOcean's Spaces which is an Amazon S3 compatible file storage API
Learn how to implement multiple file uploads in your app using Shrine and jQuery File Upload
Transcode videos in the background using Shrine
Using jQuery File Upload to upload presigned files directly to Amazon S3 and then store them with Shrine
Setup Shrine to upload files to Amazon S3
Setup your Amazon S3 account to receive direct file uploads from users using Shrine in your Rails app
Add file uploads to your application with the Shrine gem
Use Carrierwave to add attachments to your Mailboxer conversation messages
Learn how to upload files with the newest file upload library on the block: Refile
Using Rails to upload files manually and how you can do it even cleaner using Carrierwave
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