Posted in Activity Feed From Scratch Discussion
I see Chris is wearing a digg T-shirt. That takes me back. I used to work in a co-working space in San Francisco. Digg had to scale down and the space bought their phone booths for cell phones, so that you could make somewhat private calls.
This looks like it could turn into the same situation as OmniAuth had. How many delivery methods and how much demand would warrant going to a strategy framework?
oh, cool. Is there an open source place where delivery methods are shared, or a list?
I wonder if this could be tied into creating a tweet or Facebook post on a Facebook page.
I wonder how to use this kind of form with active storage with S3. Anyone have any ideas?
I wonder how process.env variables with vue work.
Any ideas on how to provide a choice between h264 and the other formats?
I just ran into that. The Rails error suggested the same thing.
Posted in Google Maps and Google Places Autocomplete API with Rails, Turbolinks, and Stimulus.js Discussion
So does that mean that you are good if the app runs a place update each month? If so, for smaller apps, you are golden. The Mapbox API might be a good alternative.
Overall, thanks Chris for offering this look into how to use Google's API with rails. I haven't seen anyone put something like this together in a while.
Thanks for showing this. I can see how file uploads can be easier. If I want to have the interface and UX of the dashboard, how do I incorporate that? For example, I like the camera option shown in the uppy demo..
Posted in I am looking to find a way to work through a modern image upload work flow with active storage
I know it's been months, but here's some info in video and code:
If you have the S3 part of the puzzle, please let me know.
Wait, that might not work well.
I just notices a rails helper method for escaping the html on show.html.erb, :html_escape
helper.send(:html_escape, 'is a > 0 & a < 10?')
It might be easier.
Quick question: If I have my rails app publicly shared on github, and my S3 bucket is in storage.yml, does that mean that even though no one can see my credentails, can they still use them to access and/or change the contents of the bucket?
Apparently someone took Chris up on his challenge:
Thanks for the insight Chris. It took me a while to wrap my head around this one.