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Adding Vuex as our Data Store gives us the ability to add realtime updates to our trello clone across browsers using ActionCable
In this episode, we add card component, editing of cards, and the ability to create new lists
Refactoring our trello clone into sub-components and introducing a global datastore to really clean up our code
This episode we handle drag and drop of cards in their own column and also between columns in our boards
Implement the Vue.Draggable plugin to add drag and drop support to our Vue.js application and sync the changes to the server
Adding new cards to our Vue app, persisting them in Rails, and re-rendering our UI
A/B testing (or split testing) is a really common way of testing changes in your app to determine which works best for your users.
Using the devise-two-factor gem, we can add an extra layer of security to our apps by having a our users type in a one-time password along with their email and password when they login. We'll be using the Google Authenticator app to login.
Learn how to handle inbound emails in your Rails application and use them to create comments in your app
Cleaning up the rough edges and adding some polish to geosearch using AJAX
Index and search your models by geolocation using Searchkick and Elasticsearch
This episode, we'll clone Yelp / Airbnb's geosearch functionality using the Geocoder gem
Using the Gmaps.js library, we can really easily add Google Maps to our Rails applications
Learn how to let your users login with multiple OAuth providers like Twitter, Facebook, Github, Google, etc all at the same time.
Learn how to use the Facebook API and refresh auth tokens using the Koala gem
Learn how to add Facebook login via OAuth using Omniauth
Track users and the actions they take in your Rails app and then send them over to various 3rd party services using Segment
Feature flags enable us to turn on features for specific users, groups, and random percentages of our user base to test features before fully rolling them out
Use ActiveRecord::Store and ActiveRecord-TypedStore to save user preferences and settings to a single column in the database
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