Great episode ! Do you think it's better to grab the json data rendered inside the html view or making an ajax call instead ?
AJAX will always be slower because you're making a second network request and will always force a 'loading' state on the Vue app. I personally hate waiting for widgets to load so I'd rather preload the JSON on the page and have an instantly available frontend.
Hey Chris, I feel like a missed a couple of episodes leading up to this one. You use some gems here I am not familiar with like 'devise_masquerade' and a few others. Do you have either a copy of the code base that you started out with for this episode or can you point me to the episode(s) where you built everything we are starting with here? Thanks!
Yeah, I have a really basic template that installs Bootstrap, Devise, and Administrate. It's really nothing more than if you install those gems yourself and create a root page. I'll publish it sometime soon once I fix a couple bugs in it.
Chris, seconding ccsalespro's comment, is there an episode where you kind of have a "stock" rails new app that has all of your favorite gems in them? I think I missed something here where you generated the admin stuff for Devise as well as a couple other things. Good work on these, I'm really enjoying it.
bundle exec rails webpacker:binstubs
I ran into the same problem. I noticed I didn't have
_head.html.erb file. Once I included that line, I got the
Hello Vue! to render.
Hey, Chris Oliver .
Is there a chance for you to make a Part 0? I mean, from "rails new" to the state of your first commit?
I'm beggining with rails and your first commit is already quite advanced for me...
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