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Ever wondered how to add the Unsubscribe link to your emails? We can do that using ActinoMailer in Rails with the List-Unsubscribe header and GlobalID
Learn how Rails loads yaml configuration and how you can define your own configuration options with the Rails config object
How to save emails with attachments using ActionText and ActiveStorage
Learn how to route inbound emails with ActionMailbox in your Rails app
Properly sending email notifications consists of a lot more than just a To and From. The In-Reply-To, References, and BCC headers are important for sending email notifications to your users.
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.
Request Variants in Rails allow you to render different HTML depending on the device defined in the User Agent header.
Learn how to accept payments in your Rails app with Stripe Checkout using the Pay gem
Sometimes you may need to wrap and reraise an exception. Ruby 2.1+ makes this easy by letting us raise a new error, pass in the old one, and automatically assigns the exceptions "cause" which is the original exception.
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.
Hotwire & Turbo.js are designed to make realtime updates to your page. So how do you notify the user with flash messages or toasts? That's what we're covering in this episode.
The browser has a built-in Geolocation API that you can use to get the user's location (with permission) in Stimulus and use it with Rails
Want to login your user across all subdomains in your Rails app? Here's how.
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!
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