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Looking for Rails work? / Hiring Rails developers?
General • Asked by Chris Oliver
Similar to the Hacker News thread, I thought we might start up a thread for anyone looking to hire a Ruby / Rails freelancer or if you're a freelancer looking for work. *Please lead with either ...

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How do I display several posts in related "weeks"
General Solved • Asked by Sebastian
I would like to structure my blog so that I can assign posts I have created with Trix and Shrine to weeks. I want to have 12 teaserboxes on my index page which can then be clicked and if I click ...

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Load only products based on region ideas please :)
Rails • Asked by Alan Reid
Hi all, Im trying to work out the best way to do a task. On the users menu, they are able to select a region they are a member of. Once a user selects a region I want to load all data on the pa...

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Paypal & Stripe
Rails • Asked by Brian Gilbank
Hi Chris - I just finished your Stripe course, which works great, but my client also wants the PayPal option. I am just wondering if you could share some insight on how you did it on your site? ...

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Sorting an array of objects in Ruby by object attribute?
General • Asked by SarikaA
Hi guys, I have an array of objects in [Ruby on Rails](https://mindmajix.com/ruby-on-rails-training). I want to sort the array by an attribute of the object. Is it possible?

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Stripe Elements Javascript Discussion
General • Asked by Chris Oliver
Great tutorial! Seems that the new elements library is easy to use. I was wondering how would I go about implementing Stripe Elements in a e-commerce site with a React Front-End and a Rails API bac...

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React Native with Rails OAuth API Authentication Part 3 Discussion
General • Asked by Chris Oliver
Fantastic! Keen for some more react.

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Rails & Vue.js Trello Clone - Part 1 Discussion
General • Asked by Chris Oliver
Glad you decided to do this :)

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API Authentication with an OAuth Provider Discussion
General • Asked by Chris Oliver
Awesome! Can't wait to see the next videos!


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How to save a record in a nested form from a namespaced resource?
Rails • Asked by Ivan Ray M. Buglosa
I have a nested form from a namespaced resource... #Word.rb ``` class Word < ApplicationRecord belongs_to :category has_many :choices accepts_nested_attributes_for :choices ...

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Vue.js Trello Clone in Rails - Part 8 Discussion
General • Asked by Chris Oliver
This is excellent! Opened my eyes on usefulness of Vue.js. As someone vested in Rails for many years, I would love to see a parallel series on creating the same Trello Board application using Rea...

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Analytics with Segment Discussion
General • Asked by Chris Oliver
Great episode Chris! Would be awesome to see some more detailed episodes both for client and server side implementations.

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Vue.js Components in Rails Views Discussion
General • Asked by Chris Oliver
Nice video. What about Vue state managment in Rails. When one Vue component mess with state of another Vue component?

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How do I find the next and previous lesson?
General Solved • Asked by Stephen Sizer
I am currently building an LMS and am looking to add in the ability for the user to navigate to the next lesson. In the admin back end when a teacher adds a lesson they are able to give it a pos...


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Vue.js Trello Clone in Rails - Part 7 Discussion
General • Asked by Chris Oliver
Awesome series! Currently using Vue.js on it's own talking to a PHP Yii2 API but love my Rails so was keen to see how i can use it with Rails.Would love to see more! Thanks.

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User Referral Program From Scratch Discussion
General • Asked by Chris Oliver
Just the thing I was needed for a current project, as usual, perfect timing Chris !

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Affiliate & Referrals Programs with Stripe & Rewardful Discussion
General • Asked by Chris Oliver
I was going to ask You about this! Good video. Still have a few questions: 1) Rewardful says something like "connect your Stripe account and we manage everything". That sounds like they get too mu...