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Creating and testing a Rails Engine can seem daunting. In this video, we'll walk through how to create (and test!) a Rails engine from scratch
Custom targets allow us to render nested comments, update forms, and append new comments with Turbo stream events using Hotwire
Hotwire lets us broadcast changes so we can use the same approach for nested comments, but in realtime!
Modal forms are common, but how do we do them with Hotwire to render validation errors and redirect on success?
Upgrading from Turbolinks to Hotwire is actually pretty simple now that Turbo handles error responses
Hotwire's Turbo library intercepts forms automatically so Devise needs a few tweaks to work with it. Learn how to do that in this screencast!
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.
Rails 6.1 introduces a new feature called "disallowed_warnings" which causes exceptions to be thrown anytime deprecated code is run. This makes it really easy to track down deprecations in your code and fix them quickly.
Stimulus JS 2.0 just came out and it includes the awesome Values and CSS Classes APIs
Testing a gem or your Rails app against multiple Ruby and Rails versions is super useful, but we also take it a step further and test our gem against several different databases too
Continuous Deployment is the automation of deploying any code that gets merged into your main or release branch. We can easily set up GitHub Actions to run CI and CD for us to automate everything.
ActsAsTenant needed some maintenance so we're going to walk through the steps of refactoring the gem and Rspec test suite
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.
Ever wanted to restrict user registrations to an account's work email or corporate email domains in your Rails app? It's a lot simpler than you might think.
The Rails generator helpers have always been a little lacking in flexibility. While building the Madmin gem, I ran into an issue with the route generator and decided to take the extra time to contribute back to Rails.
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