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We sort and filter calendar events for simple_calendar 2.0 in a much more friendly manner
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.
Overriding the Confirm method in Turbolinks and Hotwire has been pretty tricky until now. Using promises, Turbo can now wait until the user has submitted the confirm modal.
Taking the ERB code we wrote for simple_calendar and finding the right balance of Ruby and ERB for our gem
Build a reactive multi-user spreadsheet web app with ActionCable and RethinkDB
Test suites often become brittle over time where small changes end up breaking various tests. One way to avoid that is by avoiding using hardcoded values in your test suite.
Learn how to add Google Analytics' gtag.js to Webpacker with Turbolinks support
Hotwire lets us broadcast changes so we can use the same approach for nested comments, but in realtime!
In this episode, we will create our first Ruby Gem. It will be a very simplified gem that adds a method to the built-in Ruby Array class. The goal is to understand the core pieces of what is needed to create a gem that we can share with the community.
Deleting our old code to make room for a refactoring
Refactoring events in simple_calendar and uploading version 2.0
In this video, we will look at how to use blocks and bindings in Ruby to pass local variables across different scopes.
Learn about the ActionController Parameters with_defaults method to clean up your params in your Rails applications
Thor is a tool in Ruby that powers command line tools like the Rails generators. In this video, we're fixing an unexpected situation that we found while using Thor.
Ever wanted to run your Rails app against multiple versions of Rails? You can with "dual booting" which helps you keep your stable Rails version but also test against the latest.
Want to login your user across all subdomains in your Rails app? Here's how.
Learn how to use a PMS5003 air quality sensor with Ruby on the Raspberry Pi. We'll use this to monitor air quality and gather data.
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