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Using instance variables we can send data between controllers and views and take a look at how that works
Pagy is 29x faster at pagination in their benchmarks which makes it an ultra fast and lightweight pagination library
Learn how to use VueJS as an alternative to Cocoon and other methods of building dynamic nested forms with Rails
A quick introduction to using ActionText in your Rails apps for editing and displaying rich text plus uploading files
A look into the files and folders inside every Rails application and how they fit together
Use the merge method to prevent duplication of ActiveRecord scopes when you're querying across different models
Learn how to format your API easily using Active Model Serializers and the JSON:API spec
Learn how to separate your application data into different accounts or companies
Techniques for taking your database models and using attributes to generate pretty urls
Add file uploads to your application with the Shrine gem
Drag and drop sorting is pretty easy to add to any Rails application using jQuery sortable
Learn how to enable direct uploads in the browser to Amazon S3 or DigitalOcean Spaces using Rails' new ActiveStorage library
Add masquerading (the ability to impersonate or login as another user) to your development or admin environments using the devise_masquerade gem
Add various types of charts to your Rails app with Chartkick and use Groupdate to make easy group queries in SQL
The first part of the Forum series, we talk about how the database and structure of the forum is designed
Geocode (or geolocate) addresses using the geocoder gem along with the Google Maps APIs and then use it to search your database by location
Learn how to use the state_machine gem to keep track of objects in your Rails apps
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