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Hey Chris, I made it all the way through and implemented this in EntityCloud, but my only issue seems to be that no matter which row in the CSV my error is on, the $. prints out "1". Any idea why this is not printing the correct line number? If there are multiple rows with errors they all print out as "1". Thanks!

Posted in How to use Hotwire in Rails Discussion

I love how clearly excited Chris is about this, trying not to crack a huge smile every other minute! There's nothing like listening to someone talk about what they're passionate about :)

Posted in Bulk Operations in Rails Discussion

Nice!

Great lesson, thanks Chris!

I am using this gem and it's been going great, but after implementing it I ran my tests and they all fail with the message:
Jumpstart::AccountsTest::AdminUsers#test_can_edit_account:
NoMethodError: undefined method jsonb_accessor' for #<Class:0x00007f84226d5dc8>
app/models/account.rb:51:in
class:Account'
app/models/account.rb:29:in `'

Any ideas on why might be causing this or how to fix it? Thanks!

Posted in Building AnimatedGif.me Part 3 Discussion

Loved this series @Chris! Can you share the one line of code you used to import records from a CSV? Did you have to do anything special to export the records from the old app to a CSV? Thanks!

Did you ever have any luck with this? I'm having a similar problem.

Posted in Global Autocomplete Search Discussion

I am getting an error when I run the finished code: search.js:31 Uncaught TypeError: $input.easyAutocomplete is not a function

However, when I put create an options variable directly in the console and run:
$input = $("[data-behavior='autocomplete']")
and then
$input.easyAutocomplete(options)

it works fine. Any idea why I am able to run easyAutocomplete directly in the console but not in the normal course of my app? Here is my application.js file:

// Rails functionality
window.Rails = require("@rails/ujs")
require("turbolinks").start()
require("@rails/activestorage").start()
require("channels")
require("trix")
require("@rails/actiontext")

require("jquery")
require("easy-autocomplete")

require("custom/show")
require("custom/search")

// Tailwind CSS
import "stylesheets/application"

// Stimulus controllers
import "controllers"

// Jumpstart Pro & other Functionality
import "src/actiontext"
import "src/confirm"
import "src/direct_uploads"
import "src/forms"
import "src/timezone"
import "src/tooltips"

import LocalTime from "local-time"
LocalTime.start()

// ADD YOUR JAVACSRIPT HERE

// Start Rails UJS
Rails.start()

Any ideas on this? Thanks!

Posted in Building AnimatedGif.me Part 1 Discussion

So I ended up wrapping each piece of each migration in safety_assured { } as strong_migration found errors, which eventually got all of them to run. Seems like it is a known error - https://github.com/mbleigh/acts-as-taggable-on/issues/985

Posted in Building AnimatedGif.me Part 1 Discussion

Awesome video, love the concept for this series and having a chance to watch you think :)

Anyone else having any issues using acts-as-taggable-on along with strong_migrations? Running rake db:migrate after installing acts-as-taggable-on is aborting the migration and throwing this error:

== 20200523200130 AddMissingUniqueIndices: migrating ==========================
rake aborted!
StandardError: An error has occurred, this and all later migrations canceled:

=== Dangerous operation detected #strong_migrations ===

Adding an index non-concurrently locks the table. Instead, use:

class AddMissingUniqueIndices < ActiveRecord::Migration[6.0]
disable_ddl_transaction!

def change
add_index :tags, :name, unique: true, algorithm: :concurrently
end
end

/Users/JAckerman/Documents/webdev/orgchart/db/migrate/20200523200130_add_missing_unique_indices.acts_as_taggable_on_engine.rb:9:in `up'

Thanks!

Posted in Soft Delete with Paranoia Discussion

@ya na yandex thanks!

Posted in Soft Delete with Paranoia Discussion

Is this gem still the best practice for soft deleting records?

Posted in how to build custom admin area

I am a big fan of the active_admin gem, check it out here: https://activeadmin.info/

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