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17:01
Feature Flags with Rollout
#193 · Pro

Feature flags enable us to turn on features for specific users, groups, and random percentages of our user base to test features before fully rolling them out

16:16
Preferences & Settings with ActiveRecord::Store
#191 · Pro

Use ActiveRecord::Store and ActiveRecord-TypedStore to save user preferences and settings to a single column in the database

18:26
iTunes Controller Code Review: Part 3
#189 · Pro

We do a code review of a script that let's you control your Mac and iTunes with commands that generate AppleScripts

21:12
iTunes Controller Code Review: Part 2
#188 · Pro

We do a code review of a script that let's you control your Mac and iTunes with commands that generate AppleScripts

14:57
iTunes Controller Code Review: Part 1
#187 · Pro

We do a code review of a script that let's you control your Mac and iTunes with commands that generate AppleScripts

17:22
Primer on Rails 5.1's new UJS library
#186 · Pro

Learn how the new Rails UJS library works and compares with the old version of jquery_ujs that it replaces

24:54
Code Review: Run Number Refactoring
#183 · Pro

We do a code review and refactoring of an implementation of incremental run numbers for an application

20:00
When Callbacks and Dependencies Are A Good Idea
#180 · Pro

Often times you hear people say using callbacks and adding dependencies are always bad. Life's not that simple and in this episode we explore when to use callbacks and when it makes sense to add gem dependencies to your app.

17:28
Form Objects Design Pattern
#179 · Pro

See how you can use a form object to improve the way you implement custom and complex forms in Rails

30:20
Fixing Counter Caches in the Paranoia Gem
#177 · Pro

A walk through of the process of fixing a popular gem and learning how ActiveRecord and the Paranoia gem works

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