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Use Carrierwave to add attachments to your Mailboxer conversation messages
We fix a bug in simple_calendar now that ActionController::Parameters are enforced with strong_params in Rails 5
Learn how to implement efficient Russian Doll Caching with Rails 5
Learn how to setup forms to work with Turbolinks iOS and Android adapters
Learn how to add the common "Retweet" or "Reblog" functionality in your Rails app with self-referential associations
Learn how to invite users to your application with devise_invitable
We take the Leaderboard gem and wire it up with custom code to work seamlessly with will_paginate
Learn how to pull business logic out of your models and put them into Plain Old Ruby Objects (POROs) in order to clean up your code and keep chunks of business logic in reusable bits.
Learn how to refactor in-app notifications to render server side to simplify your code and templates
Learn how to implement realtime notifications with ActionCable
Check out some behind the scenes of ActionCable to understand how and why it uses Redis
Setup Rails to send emails over SMTP using your Sendgrid account
Adding browser notifications for new messages with the Notifications and Page Visiblity APIs
Tracking unread messages in chat so that we can provide a nice user experience for our users
Add realtime direct messages between users in our chat application using ActionCable
Setup your Amazon S3 account to receive direct file uploads from users using Shrine in your Rails app
Setup Shrine to upload files to Amazon S3
Using jQuery File Upload to upload presigned files directly to Amazon S3 and then store them with Shrine
Request documents to be signed electronic using the Docusign API in your Rails app
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