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Well produced, short, to-the-point RoR screencasts of tips, tricks, tutorials.

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  • #280 Pry with Rails

    railscasts.com 24 Aug '14, 7am

    I have to admit I was disappointed when I saw the topic for this week's railscast. The name and description just weren't what I was hoping for. Each week I look forward to learning a new way to use ruby/rails to solve problems by writing code. Pry was just a replacement for irb "UGH"....

  • #257 Request Specs and Capybara

    railscasts.com 24 Aug '14, 5am

    If we run the specs now we’ll have two passing specs, so it looks like our code works as expected. If we were doing test-driven development we’d start with a failing spec and then write code to make it pass and this is one of the advantages of test-driven development as it ensures tha...

  • #270 Authentication in Rails 3.1

    railscasts.com 10 Aug '14, 11pm

    Here I show off three new features in Rails 3.1 that will help with authentication: easier HTTP Basic, SecurePassword in the database, and forcing SSL.

  • Thank you RailsCasts for coming to my rescue again (this time regarding Faye):

    #260 Messaging with Faye

    railscasts.com 22 Jun '14, 4pm

    comes in. Faye is a server that handles publishing and subscribing asynchronously. We can use it alongside our Rails application and call on it when we need that extra functionality. Faye has two variations: a Node.js server and a Ruby server. They both use the same protocol so we can...

    1. faye rubygems.org 21 Jun '14, 11am
  • #348 The Rails API Gem

    railscasts.com 16 Jun '14, 8pm

    With rich client-side applications becoming more popular a common question is “Should I use Rails if all I need to do is provide a JSON API”? If you need to develop such an API you should take a look at the Rails::API gem by Rails core member Santiago Pastorino. The README for this ge...

  • #398 Service Objects (pro)

    railscasts.com 06 May '14, 12am

    Models can quickly become a grab-bag of unrelated methods if behavior is constantly being pushed from the controller. Here I show how to refactor this using Concerns and Service Objects.

    1. Gourmet Service Objects rubyflow.com 01 May '14, 5pm
  • #342 Migrating to PostgreSQL

    railscasts.com 19 Apr '14, 12am

    psql --version brew install postgresql initdb /usr/local/var/postgres pg_ctl -D /usr/local/var/postgres -l /usr/local/var/postgres/server.log start which psql rails new blog -d postgresql rake db:create:all rails g scaffold article name content:text rake db:migrate psql blog_developme...

  • #238 Mongoid

    railscasts.com 24 Mar '14, 5pm

    bundle rails g mongoid:config rails g scaffold article name:string content:text rails g model comment name:string content:text rails g controller comments rails g scaffold author name:string

    1. #194 MongoDB and MongoMapper railscasts.com 24 Mar '14, 5pm


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