In this episode, we look adding in some of the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation into our Ruby on Rails application. Disclaimer: this episode is not legal advice and you should consult a lawyer.
In this episode, we look into creating a blockchain as well as proof of work for car maintenance tracker application. Blockchain is used to establish a trust that records have not been tampered with.
In this episode, we look at what would seemingly be simple queries, but are more complex once you start looking into them. Using built in ActiveRecord functions, we can make the queries readable and easy to work with.
In this episode, we look at using the Turbolinks library for iOS and use it to create a hybrid application.
In this episode, we take a look at the Encrypted Credentials of Ruby on Rails 5.2 and how we can patch it so that we can use other YAML files like a development.yml and test.yml.
In this episode, we take a look at our GraphQL API that we created from Episode 119 and refactor the mutations and queries so that we keep the structure and API manageable.
GraphQL is a query language for your API. In this episode, we will look at adding GraphQL to our Ruby on Rails application and seeing how we can pull down data and create records.
In this episode, we will go through some of the tips and tricks that we often take for granted. We will be looking at nested routes, scopes, migrations and more.
In this episode, we look at updating a Ruby on Rails application from v4.2.10 to v5.0.6. The overall steps taken will vary from every application, but the concepts applied will relatively be the same.
Continuing from Episode 114 and 115, we look into adding listeners to Stripe's webhooks for tracking events occurring with customers, subscriptions and charges.
In our previous episode, we looked at setting up our application to create Stripe Subscriptions. In this episode, we will look at managing the Subscriptions and working with cancelling and resubscribing to a subscription
Learn how to add a merchant services to your Ruby on Rails application in the first part of this series. We will be looking at adding a subscription service using Stripe Elements.
In this episode, we look at ActiveStorage, which is the new file uploading interface in Rails 5.2, and how we can accomplish direct uploads to cloud storage, retrieving & displaying uploaded content, and showing progression with progress bars.
Sentry is an Open Source error tracking that helps developers monitor and fix crashes in real time. Learn how to add and configure Sentry to your application.
Sometimes your AWS Beanstalk environment may require configuration changes from your app to properly deploy and get everything working.
We’re going to get a Ruby on Rails application running on a staging environment on AWS Elastic Beanstalk. The Rails app will be connected to a MySQL database instance.
Using Continuous Integration, you can perform tasks and run your tests automatically whenever you commit your code. Travis CI offers free Continuous Integration for open source projects.
Slow tests can slow down your development process. Using parallel_tests, you can speed up your test suite by multiple threads and running the tests in groups.
Factory Bot is a fixtures replacement which can generate the needed records directly in the tests. Faker can be used to create fake data for these records.
Create Acceptance Tests or Feature Tests to extend your automated tests with browser testing. It can help tests some areas that cannot be reached with other types of tests.
Using RSpec, learn how to create tests for your application and view your coverage.
Using the Rails 5.1.X defaults, we have a look at what is configured and explore the different types of tests; using the provided MiniTest and Capybara.
Gems are a packaged library of functions that can extend your application or provide other features to your system. Learn to create and publish a ruby gem.
Advancing from Single Table Inheritance, learn how Polymorphic Associations differ and tricks to simplify their usage.