Austin Klenk


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I use digital ocean ruby on rails apps they have a fully integrated console and managed databases. I haven't had any issues yet.

i got a question ive been scratching my head for a few days on a solution to a problem. I currently have work order that we assign a single user to and im trying to figure out the best way to assign multiple users to a single work order so if multiple people work on one work order at the same time they will have their own time card as well. I currently have a belongs_to association on the order model and on the user model I have has_many :orders. On my form i have a collection select that accepts multiple: true and in the database (pg) under the order table i have a user_id: integer column. Is there any additional steps to make this work? also in the order controller, i have user_id: [] under the order_params to accept the nested array or selected users in the form. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.

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This is really cool,

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Thanks will do

Posted in Multi tenancy for one type of user

Very Interesting.. I might look into this gem for my future SaaS Platform. Thank you very much for suggesting this gem.

Posted in Multi tenancy for one type of user

There is a gem for multitenency Apartment Gem

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So im probably going to cache the photo gallery app through cloudflare. and that would solve the 1-2 second delay.

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I have the same issue, I built a photo gallery and that 1-2 second delay to load the images from the s3 bucket. But on my main website I use cloudflare to handle the DNS for my main domain, and its 10$ a month per website. There is many different caching techniques that cloudflare has to offer. Even if your server goes down your website will be cached by cloudflare.

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