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A lot of Ruby code is "magic". We'll explain the magic and see how it works using the powerful tools Ruby gives us.
Accept subscription and one-time payments with Stripe in your Rails apps
Expert advice on keeping Rails apps organized and fast.
Cheap, easy hosting for Ruby and Rails apps.
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Find your next Ruby on Rails Job.
A quick look at the new features of Rails 4.2 in the first beta that was recently released
Learn how to use Kredis and see it works by implementing a recent searches unique list
Cleaning up our open source pull requests for simple_calendar
Add code coverage to your app using SimpleCov and RailsBytes. We'll walk through installing simplecov and creating a RailsByte to automate it for us going forward.
Ever wondered how to generate contrasting colors in your Rails app? It's easy using the YIQ calculation and we can test it easily with helper tests.
Resources on how to learn Ember more deeply
A code review with Kasper from the Rails core team to show us the process of reviewing, designing, and refactoring Rails code.
Filtering events for our custom calendar
Rails Engines really make our code shine for simple_calendar
Build a reactive multi-user spreadsheet web app with ActionCable and RethinkDB
Learn how to deploy your Ruby on Rails app to a Staging Environment
CSS Variables or CSS custom properties allow you to define variables that can be used throughout your CSS to change properties and their values dynamically. It's a wonderful feature for allowing users to customize the look of your website.
Here's how to setup Rspec for an open source project
Refactoring our calendar to find out which pieces need to be interchangeable
Since we have a great design for simple_calendar, it makes creating new types super elegant and easy
In this video, we will take a look at how to use a few association declaration options to build a couple of has_one associations off of a has_many association in Rails.
A command palette is a common feature for power users. Learn how to add a command palette to your Ruby on Rails app using the Ninja Keys web component.
Today we're adding Rails generators as our final piece of the puzzle for Simple_Calendar 2.0
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