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Posted in Dynamic Nested Forms With Turbo Part 2 Discussion

Hmmm, I not sure but let me look into that for you and report back!

Posted in Better Debugging With The Ruby Debug Gem Discussion

Awesome! Glad to hear that Giedrius!

Posted in Law of Demeter and Delegation Discussion

Another wonderful comment, Ann! :) Thanks for the kind words, glad you appreciate the vibes and video as well!

Posted in Better Debugging With The Ruby Debug Gem Discussion

Hey there, I appreciate the comment. I do address this in the video though in addition to being able to use debugger instead of / in addition to binding.break.

Posted in Responsive Navigation with Turbo Discussion

Hey Nick, that was a scheduling mistake on our end. That video won't be out until August. Sorry for the confusion!

Posted in Dynamic Nested Forms With Turbo Part 2 Discussion

Hey Terry! Thanks so much for the kind words and I’m super glad to hear that you enjoyed it and got some new tricks out of it!

Actually, I take it all back. What we have in the video is what we wanted. Adding started? caused the code to not function properly. The running? method that is not shown in the video is where the check for your suggestion lives. So we have since added the running? method back and reverted active? to just be end_time.future?

Yep! There was actually another method below the ones shown in the video that did just that so we didn't do that here (for the active? method). But we have since removed the other method in the codebase and adjusted active? to cover this. Thanks for the comment and sorry for any confusion!


Posted in Adding a Highlight Button to Trix Discussion

We can get that linked up in the notes soon. Will report back once complete!

Posted in Understand Scope Returns Discussion

Thank you! Glad you enjoyed it and learned something new!!

Posted in Integers & Floats in Ruby Discussion

Glad you found the video contents useful, thank you for watching!

Posted in Dynamic Nested Forms with Turbo Discussion

Hey Fernando! That's awesome to hear! I'm glad you enjoyed it and thanks for leaving your comment. Thanks for watching!

Posted in Loops & Blocks in Ruby Discussion

Sure thing, I'll work on writing something up soon and/or add a video about this. One thing to think about in the meantime is this: A method (typically) is "bound" to a specific object, causing self to refer to that object when the method is invoked. On the other hand, a Proc lacks this behavior, as self relies on the context in which the Proc was created or called.

Posted in Conditionals in Ruby Discussion

Thanks a bunch! I'm glad you are enjoying them all!

Posted in Are there more than 2 levels on "Path" section?

Only two available at the moment but more to come soon!

Posted in Authenticating Blog Admin Pages Discussion

Yes it is necessary because the relative url that the path helper method generates has an :id placeholder in it, i.e. /blog_posts/:id/edit that needs to be filled in with the actual id of the record which you intend to edit.

Posted in Strings in Ruby Discussion

Thanks for watching, Carlos!

Hey Gerald, sorry about that video overlap issue. A few other folks made us aware of it and if we still have access to the raw video files we are going to try to fix that and publish the updated version. Our apologies again.

Posted in Arrays in Ruby Discussion

Yes! I love that one! :)