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Multi-User Spreadsheets with ActionCable: Part 2 Discussion

General • Asked by Chris Oliver

Hi Chris! Really loving this series so far :) Have you started on part 3 yet? I can recommend keeping the github repository as a reference on the side (perhaps using git log -p) so you're sure not to miss anything as the tutorial will be less and less detailed as the code gains weight because of managing views etc.

Sorry for missing the explanation on that 'yield'. I hope you weren't stuck on the missing table tag too long :)

Hey thanks! I did the whole thing together and just split up the video for consumption's sake and just posting one a day this week. I think I noticed that about halfway through that the tutorial didn't mention everything, so I started referencing the Github repo. :) I'm going to add that in the notes so people can check that out easily as well.

Had a lot of fun going through your tutorial. That was my first time checking out RethinkDB and I like it quite a lot. Please post some more! :D

anyone have any problems with this in Ubuntu 16.04?
After nobrainer.. i get this:

=> Booting Puma
=> Rails application starting in development on http://localhost:3000
=> Run `rails server -h` for more startup options
/home/ivan/.rbenv/versions/2.3.1/lib/ruby/gems/2.3.0/gems/railties- `method_missing': undefined method `active_record' for #<rails::application::configuration:0x00559239d9e8f8> (NoMethodError)

active_record railte is commented out so. i don't understand what is going on.. can't find anything about it online


need to comment out line 18:
Rails.application.config.active_record.belongs_to_required_by_default = true

I didn't comment out ActiveRecord so that's why I never had that error.

Looks like you're missing part of disabling ActiveRecord in your config files or something. I'd go through one of those instruction sets again and see if you missed anything:

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