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Setup your development environment.
Configure your production server.
Learn how to modify production to run websockets.
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Accept Payments with Stripe.
Building a simplified version of Instagram is a great way to learn Rails.
Expert advice on keeping Rails apps organized and fast.
Learn how to use the awesome new Tailwind CSS framework using Webpacker in your Rails app
Rather than serving your user's a 404 dead end, we can use the ActiveSupport rescue_from method to give users search results instead and how to reuse this with ActiveSupport Concerns
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
Improve the design of our Vue.js & Rails clone of Trello by making lists more visually distinct and setting up horizontal scrolling
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
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