Modular Code Organization Discussion
Modular design means that the software code should be organized in exactly the same way to have code 1:1 with the [mapquest](https://mapquest-directions.io) documentation.katyswift468 replied
Tracking Metrics with Ahoy and Blazer Discussion
Hey, sorry for the delay on this. I got sidetracked. Just pulled up the code and confirmed I have the Ahoy js event tracking working. I'm using the jumpstart pro template, Rails 7.0.4, ruby 3.1...Brian Carpenter replied
How do I create a reply comment system?
To create a reply commenting system, you will need to modify your existing comment system to include a parent-child relationship between comments. Add a parent_comment_id column to your comments t...Emma Orabelle replied
Active Storage Validations Gem and Active Storage problems in nestted params
gem active_storage_validations 1.0.3 I have two models with **"has_one_attached :image"**, 1 model is created with a form, and the second model is created **"after_created callback"**, when i try t...wtfchamp posted
Conditionals in Ruby Discussion
Thanks a bunch! I'm glad you are enjoying them all!cjilbert504 replied
Adding a Blog Post Destroy Action and Refactoring Discussion
Yes, it supports all Ruby versions because it uses ruby-build underneath.Chris Oliver replied
Activeadmin with actiontext in Rails 7
How i can use activeadmin with actiontext in rails 7Muhammad Bilal posted
Are there more than 2 levels on "Path" section?
Only two available at the moment but more to come soon!cjilbert504 replied
Commontator with Trix
For Rails apps, Commontator is a Ruby gem that offers a customizable and user-friendly commenting mechanism.milaradionova replied • Solved
Adding a Blog Index Action Discussion
Just started the course, and its interesting alreadymilaradionova replied
How do I do the following in a better way?
ou could build the conditions first then use them in the query:milaradionova replied
simple_discussion gem vs. discourse for lightweight forum
Both the Simple Discussion Gem and Discourse have their pros and cons, and the right choice ultimately depends on your specific needs and preferences. If you only need basic forum functionality and...Florence Pugh replied • Solved