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In part 1, we're going to setup our Rails application, our models, and connect Hotwire so we can dig into building ActionMailbox next.
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.
Learn how to accept payments in your Rails app with Stripe Checkout using the Pay gem
Docker allows you to build a self-contained image with your application code and all it's dependencies. We'll setup our Dockerfile for the Rails app and Docker Compose yml for any other services we might need like Postgres or Redis.
Want to login your user across all subdomains in your Rails app? Here's how.
Hotwire lets us broadcast changes so we can use the same approach for nested comments, but in realtime!
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.
Stimulus JS 2.0 just came out and it includes the awesome Values and CSS Classes APIs
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.
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.
Learn how to add Google Analytics' gtag.js to Webpacker with Turbolinks support
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.
Appraisal lets us test our code against different versions of dependencies. This is fantastic if you're building Rubygems that must work with multiple versions of Rails or other dependencies
Noticed is my new gem for adding notifications to Rails apps. Notifications are really complicated to build and we've done the heavy lifting for you.
Translating and localizing your app is important to make it accessible to users around the world. Rails provides internationalization (I18n) tools to make this easier and it's got a lot of cool tricks available.
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.
Using Vonage (previously known as OpenTok), we can add multiuser live video chat to Rails in just 20 minutes. It also supports broadcasting things like webinars, recording videos, and more.
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