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Posted in Organizing Rails Model Files Discussion

Great episode, Collin: thank you

I also found the annotate output at the top of the file annoying, so my team now has annotate config set to output at the bottom of the file:

  'position_in_routes'      => "bottom",
  'position_in_class'       => "bottom",
  'position_in_test'        => "bottom"

Hey Bhumi: really interesting episode - thank you!

Posted in Rails Components From Scratch Discussion

Thanks Chris - loved the episode: very informative. Lovely dynamic refactoring work, too, imho

Posted in Dynamic Nested Forms With Turbo Part 2 Discussion

Great lesson: thanks Collin! I learned a couple of new tricks there - appreciated!

Great episode Chris: thank you

Love this, Chris: thank you!

Posted in Your First Ruby Gem Part 2 Discussion

Hey Collin

Great ep: thank you!

Really enjoyed the Github actions intro. We use a 3rd party CI (Semaphore) which is really good, but it was useful to see "the Github way"

A suggestion: might be worth a short ep on securing Github branches, so that (for instance) a branch can't be merged if its test coverage is either failing or below a threshold - we use this in my company and it makes people make sure they write their tests (or tweak the threshold expectation!)


Posted in Your First Ruby Gem Discussion

Thanks Collin

I've authored a few gems already, but this was a really useful look at the "bare-bones" approach rather than use the "bundle gem your-name-here # and fill in the blanks" approach.

Always good to get back to the core concepts - appreciated!

This was really helpful: thanks Chris!