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jQuery has been a great tool for many years, but we've seen a transition in the past years where applications have dropped jQuery and moved to vanilla javascript. In this episode, we look at some common jQuery examples and the ES6 equivalencies.
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ActionCable can handle quite a bit of traffic, but it gets to a point where it can become a burden on the server. With AnyCable, we can not only handle more traffic, but it is also lighter on the resources.
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Ruby and Ruby on Rails tricks from, dot files, operators, bundling, StimulusJS and more.
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In this episode, we look into using Push Notifications within our Rails application and then using ActionCable to broadcast Push Notifications to the user.
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When database tables get large, things can slow down significantly. In this episode, we look at a few things which helps keep databases performant and the client side responsive.
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Dragon Ruby is toolchain that allows developers the ability to build apps and games in Ruby. Giveaway - Follow @driftingruby and retweet this to enter to win. Event will end by August 1st, 2019.

https://twitter.com/DriftingRuby/status/1148074922826194949
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Ed Toro speaks to his experience at bootcamps from a teacher's perspective. We gain a different perspective of what bootcamps are like. Ed shares valuable information whether you're considering getting into coding or currently at a bootcamp.
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Using Rails UJS, we create an interactive row editing solution without using any kind of Javascript frameworks.
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Using StimulusJS controllers, adding nested forms to a Rails application is easy and unobtrusive. In this episode, we look at an alternative way of creating nested forms without the Cocoon gem.
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In this interview, Frank Rietta, a security expert in web applications, talks about various recommendations for securing a Ruby on Rails application. Many areas are explored from code, staff, servers and infrastructure.
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In this episode, we take a tour of what Kubernetes is, how to install and configure a local development instance, and deploying a sample application.
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Overview of notable features coming soon in Ruby on Rails 6.
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In this episode, we look at different ways to use pattern matching with Regular Expressions in Ruby.
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With Rails 6.0 is around the corner, Action Text has been merged into the Rails repository. However, it can still be used on a Rails 5.2 application while we wait for its official release.
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A brief introduction on Rails API. Learn how to create an API application and setup the routes. This episode is paving the way for more in depth looks into Rails API.
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Using ClamAV, scan files uploaded to your application for viruses. In the event of a virus learn how to gracefully handle the infected file and notify the user.
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ClamAV interface to your Ruby on Rails project.
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When your app is using Paranoia, calling destroy on an ActiveRecord object doesn't actually destroy the database record, but just hides it.
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Learn how to install and configure a thin server within a Linux environment hosting a Faye WebSocket application. This episode includes showing you how to server your WebSockets over a secure SSL connection.
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Using WebSockets, we are able to create a realtime notification between browsers. Useful for in-app messaging, chats, and more! Learn how to use Faye's Publish and Subscribe methods. I believe that this paves the way for successfully using and learning the upcoming ActionCable.