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How to install TailwindCSS 1.0 with Rails 6
#293 ·

With TailwindCSS 1.0 just around the corner and some changes in Rails 6 to Webpacker, we take a look at how to install and setup the latest version of TailwindCSS with Rails 6.0

14:34
How to use Javascript via Webpacker in Rails 6
#292 ·

Rails 6 defaults to using Webpacker for Javascript instead of the asset pipeline. We'll learn how everything is structured and laid out and see how to add Flatpickr to Rails 6 including both the Javascript and CSS for it.

3:25
The Rails db:system:change command
#291 ·

Changing the database adapter for a Rails app has always been an annoying, manual change to make. Rails 6.0 introduces the "rails db:system:change" command to make this easier using all the built-in generators for database.yml and more.

20:25
@mentions for Users with ActionText in Rails 6
#288 ·

Mentioning Users with an @mention is a super common feature. Trix and ActionText are now part of Rails 6 which means we can very easily add support for tagging users with @mentions and other custom attachments in your applications.

12:08
How to use ActionText
#287 ·

A quick introduction to using ActionText in your Rails apps for editing and displaying rich text plus uploading files

32:39
How to Deploy Rails to Production on Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver
#285 ·

Deploying Rails to production for the first time can be confusing and daunting. We'll walk through every step of the process and show you how to setup a production Rails server from scratch.

10:14
Symbols vs Strings
#284 ·

Ever wondered what the difference between Symbols and Strings were? Why would we use one over the other when most languages only have strings?

8:55
Server Administration with Cockpit
#280 ·

Linux server administration can be a pain. You can use cockpit to monitor your servers and keep an eye on long running processes like Sidekiq and Puma without having to SSH into your servers.

6:01
How to use the Ruby 2.6 Just-in-Time (JIT) Compiler
#278 ·

Learn how to enable the experimental new Just-in-time compiler for Ruby 2.6

11:47
User Avatars with ActiveStorage
#272 ·

Adding user avatars is pretty easy using Rails' ActiveStorage feature. We'll be using Devise in this example, but this applies to any user authentication system.

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