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In this follow-up episode on building your first Ruby gem, we look at setting up version control, adding a basic testing setup, and adding a basic GitHub action for a CI (continuous integration) setup. With these pieces in place, we should have a solid fo
In this episode, we will create our first Ruby Gem. It will be a very simplified gem that adds a method to the built-in Ruby Array class. The goal is to understand the core pieces of what is needed to create a gem that we can share with the community.
Testing out new features or changes in production is something almost every application needs. Flipper is a fantastic tool with a GUI for rolling out these changes easily in your Ruby on Rails app.
Learn how to use Kredis and see it works by implementing a recent searches unique list
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.
Appraisal lets us test our code against different versions of dependencies. This is fantastic if you're building Rubygems that must work with multiple versions of Rails or other dependencies
Now that the Paperclip gem has been deprecated, it's recommended that you migrate your apps to ActiveStorage
Use the Trix editor in your admin area using Administrate's custom fields.
Learn how Bootsnap speeds up your Ruby and Rails app boot times by preloading the load paths and caching Ruby bytecode
Geocode (or geolocate) addresses using the geocoder gem along with the Google Maps APIs and then use it to search your database by location
Implement the decorator pattern with the Draper gem in your Rails application
Learn how to build a dedicated admin area in your Rails app for editing records by admins using the ActiveAdmin gem
See how to take rules from the ice_cube gem and add recurring events to any calendar
Learn how to use sentimental analysis against text inside your application and cache it so you can query against it later
Learn how to send messages between users with the Mailboxer gem
Today we're adding Rails generators as our final piece of the puzzle for Simple_Calendar 2.0
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