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In this episode, we will look at how we go from encountering an error, finding the root cause, implementing a code change in the Rails source code to provide a better debugging experience in the future, and submitting the change as a pull request to Rails
Config options sometimes need to support dynamic values and not just simple booleans. In this lesson, we'll discover a config in Devise, explore how we can hack around it, and then make a Pull Request to improve this feature in Devise instead.
Learn how to quickly dig into an open source gem, replicate a bug, diagnose the problem, and contribute a pull request in just a few minutes.
The Rails generator helpers have always been a little lacking in flexibility. While building the Madmin gem, I ran into an issue with the route generator and decided to take the extra time to contribute back to Rails.
Thor is a tool in Ruby that powers command line tools like the Rails generators. In this video, we're fixing an unexpected situation that we found while using Thor.
Building a gem can be complicated. Often times you're writing abstract, meta code so it can be used flexibly in situations you'll never imagine. We'll talk about the architecture and design of the noticed gem and how it all works.
Contribute to Rails by discovering something you could improve and learning how to add features to Rails
Contributing to Rails is everyone's dream. This episode we'll walk through how you can find a bug or feature to add to Rails, how to browse through the source code, add your feature and test it.
Rails Engines really make our code shine for simple_calendar
Taking the ERB code we wrote for simple_calendar and finding the right balance of Ruby and ERB for our gem
Filtering events for our custom calendar
Refactoring our calendar to find out which pieces need to be interchangeable
Spiking out code to figure out what we want so that we can do a great refactoring of simple_calendar
Deleting our old code to make room for a refactoring
Planning our future work on simple_calendar and what we're going to accomplish
Here's how to setup Rspec for an open source project
Cleaning up our open source pull requests for simple_calendar
I want to do open source every day. How do we even get started?
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