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How to Migrate from Paperclip to Rails ActiveStorage
#243 ·

Now that the Paperclip gem has been deprecated, it's recommended that you migrate your apps to ActiveStorage

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A/B Split Testing with the Split gem
#216 · Pro

A/B testing (or split testing) is a really common way of testing changes in your app to determine which works best for your users.

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Handling Inbound Email Parsing with Rails
#212 · Pro

Learn how to handle inbound emails in your Rails application and use them to create comments in your app

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Administrate Custom Fields and the Trix Editor
#211 ·

Use the Trix editor in your admin area using Administrate's custom fields.

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Using the Trix Editor plus File Upload Attachments
#209 ·

Learn how to use the Trix editor for editing wysiwyg content and upload attachments like images using Javascript and Shrine

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Geo-spatial Search with Searchkick and ElasticSearch
#208 · Pro

Index and search your models by geolocation using Searchkick and Elasticsearch

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Speed up Rails boot times with Bootsnap
#205 ·

Learn how Bootsnap speeds up your Ruby and Rails app boot times by preloading the load paths and caching Ruby bytecode

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Facebook API and Refreshing Auth Tokens with Koala
#201 · Pro

Learn how to use the Facebook API and refresh auth tokens using the Koala gem

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Geolocation and Search with Geocoder
#200 ·

Geolocate addresses using the geocoder gem and then use it to search your database by location

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When Callbacks and Dependencies Are A Good Idea
#180 · Pro

Often times you hear people say using callbacks and adding dependencies are always bad. Life's not that simple and in this episode we explore when to use callbacks and when it makes sense to add gem dependencies to your app.

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