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A look into user accounts, registration, login, forgot your password, and more
Techniques for taking your database models and using attributes to generate pretty urls
Learn how to invite users to your application with devise_invitable
Geocode (or geolocate) addresses using the geocoder gem along with the Google Maps APIs and then use it to search your database by location
Learn how to send messages between users with the Mailboxer gem
Learn how to use Omniauth And omniauth-twitter to let your users authorize and connect to the Twitter API using their Twitter account with your Rails app
Learn how to use HTTParty to consume an API and package your library into a gem
Learn how to format text in Markdown using the html-pipeline gem
Learn how to soft delete records instead of deleting them permanently from your database
Learn how to build a dedicated admin area in your Rails app for editing records by admins using the ActiveAdmin gem
Implement the decorator pattern with the Draper gem in your Rails application
See how to take rules from the ice_cube gem and add recurring events to any calendar
A look at how to supercharge your debugging and solve errors faster than ever
Learn how to upload files with the newest file upload library on the block: Refile
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.
Search with Ransack through associations
The first step in building an API wrapper Rubygem is building your HTTP client. We're going to use Faraday as our HTTP client and get it setup with authentication.
Learn how to keep track of your database models and attributes with comments in your application
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