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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.
User mentions in group chat is a crucial feature, so this week we're taking a look at how to add @ mentions for our users in chat with regex and more.
Rails 6.1 introduces a new feature called "disallowed_warnings" which causes exceptions to be thrown anytime deprecated code is run. This makes it really easy to track down deprecations in your code and fix them quickly.
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It's important to see that there are unread messages in channels you're not actively viewing. We can use a very simple event in ActionCable to do this and bold channel names with unread messages.
Testing a gem or your Rails app against multiple Ruby and Rails versions is super useful, but we also take it a step further and test our gem against several different databases too
Planning our future work on simple_calendar and what we're going to accomplish
This series walks through the entire process of building a Ruby on Rails app from start to finish. We'll be building AnimatedGif.me for saving and sharing animated gifs as easily as possible.
Hotwire lets us broadcast changes so we can use the same approach for nested comments, but in realtime!
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
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