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The bootstrap_form gem makes it easy to build beautiful forms with Bootstrap styles using the built-in Rails form helpers. The project has been around for several years and has over 1MM downloads. This year, after a brief hiatus, we are revamping bootstrap_form to support Bootstrap v4 and planning a big release. If you use bootstrap_form today, take a look at our roadmap to 4.0. We are always happy to welcome new contributors!
Every Rails developer know that asset loading may be really time-consuming. Here are some useful tips on how to speed it up: https://www.netguru.co/codestories/speed-up-assets-precompilation-time-in-a-rails-app
A few months ago, I started learning Japanese for fun. I started with Duolingo app, but my smartphone had just died and I had to continue learning from my laptop. Unfortunately, it wasn’t possible… http://bamboolab.eu/blog/building-an-app-that-makes-it-easy-to-learn-japanese-characters-setup-rails-and-add-reactjs
Hello, trying to collect all ruby (and ruby on rails) conferences (and camps) around the world in 2018. What’s upcoming in 2018? See the events page at planet ruby. Anything missing? Updates welcome. Cheers.
I’ve been learning and managing a Kubernetes Engine deployment on Google Cloud. I shared some bits in this blog post and would love to have insights and suggestions as well.
There are many ways to write a Ruby loop. How many do you know? In this article you will learn how to use methods like times, each_with_index & the while keyword. https://www.rubyguides.com/2018/01/ruby-loops-guide/
You may write tests just without any plan but if you want to build a Ruby on Rails testing routine that will make your code better please meet testing cycles: red, green, refactor - http://pdabrowski.com/blog/ruby-on-rails/testing/red-green-refactor-cycle/
In my first post to Everyday Rails of 2018, I share my notes and impressions on migrating my RSpec book’s sample app to RSpec 3.7 and system specs, along with a couple of tips for those of you who can’t upgrade to Rails 5.1 quite yet but still feel some feature envy.
Hello, I’ve added three new snippets to the Planet Jekyll collection, that is, a liquify filter, a toc filter that auto-generates a table of contents, and a liquid tag example with custom includes directory lookup. Thanks to Stefan Baumgartner (@ddprrt) for initialy publishing / sharing the great snippets on the Fett.eu blog. PS: Add your snippets to the Planet Jekyll collection! Updates more than welcome.
This is the 6th post in the series of blog posts about Shrine. In this post I explain the rationale behind doing asynchronous client side uploads, and show how to use Uppy to upload files to a simple endpoint, directly to Amazon S3, or even to an endpoint for resumable uploads. Read about it here.
Submitted as a feature in Ruby trunk: https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/14337 Please share!
Simple Factory pattern is about encapsulating object creation and it’s super helpful when you use many social media providers in your app to publish updates on user profile - http://pdabrowski.com/blog/ruby-on-rails/refactoring/simple-factory-pattern/
Hello, I’ve uploaded the version 1.0 of the new ledger-lite library / gem. What’s Ledger Lite? It’s a hyper ledger accounting book for the distributed blockchain internet era; add your transactions one block at a time; transfer crypto(currencie)s and balance the accounts. Happy new year. Prosit 2018! PS: You might also enjoy the new (free online) Programming Cryptocurrencies & Blockchains (in Ruby) book @ Yuki & Moto Press.
While unit tests are focused on a low level of interaction, acceptance tests are focused on a high level of interaction. What does it mean? http://pdabrowski.com/blog/ruby-on-rails/testing/acceptance-tests/