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We build a basic API and talk about the differences between a regular Rails controller and an API
Learn how to add in-app notifications like Facebook and Twitter
Learn how to set up polymorphic associations, add comments to your app, and think about the structure of your Rails application
A look at how you can store API keys and other variables in the environment on different computers.
Hotwire is the NEW MAGIC that DHH has been teasing about for so long. This episode we'll build the famous Twitter clone using Hotwire to see how it compares to other solutions out there.
A glimpse into the "magic" behind the params hash and the various ways it gets populated
The new admin gem from Thoughtbot shows some promise for easy to customize admin interfaces in your Rails app
Easily add file uploads to any model (including single or multiple files) using Rails 5.2's new ActiveStorage feature
Set up Rails models, scaffolds, and webpacker with Vue.js to start rendering our views
Dive into routing more deeply than just basic resources and writing routes from scratch
In this series, we're building a clone of Slack using Rails 5 and ActionCable
See how to add global autocomplete and search functionality to your app's navbar
Learn how Rails 5's new ActionCable and Websocket feature works with Redis in realtime
A look into user accounts, registration, login, forgot your password, and more
Learn how to easily disable the submit button and display a loading animation when a user submits the form
Learn how to deeply integrate your Vue.js components with Ruby on Rails views
Using instance variables we can send data between controllers and views and take a look at how that works
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