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Setup your development environment.
Configure your production server.
Learn how to modify production to run websockets.
I want to do open source every day. How do we even get started?
Cleaning up our open source pull requests for simple_calendar
Here's how to setup Rspec for an open source project
Planning our future work on simple_calendar and what we're going to accomplish
Deleting our old code to make room for a refactoring
Spiking out code to figure out what we want so that we can do a great refactoring of simple_calendar
Refactoring our calendar to find out which pieces need to be interchangeable
Filtering events for our custom calendar
Taking the ERB code we wrote for simple_calendar and finding the right balance of Ruby and ERB for our gem
Rails Engines really make our code shine for simple_calendar
Since we have a great design for simple_calendar, it makes creating new types super elegant and easy
Refactoring events in simple_calendar and uploading version 2.0
Today we're adding Rails generators as our final piece of the puzzle for Simple_Calendar 2.0
We sort and filter calendar events for simple_calendar 2.0 in a much more friendly manner
How do we go about writing robust tests with rspec for simple_calendar?
We fix a bug in simple_calendar now that ActionController::Parameters are enforced with strong_params in Rails 5
See how to take rules from the ice_cube gem and add recurring events to any calendar
See how to add exceptions to recurring events with the ice_cube gem