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This Active Storage tutorial for Ruby on Rails 5.2 covers using it for image uploads. Due to Paperclip being deprecated in Ruby on Rails 5.2, the alternative that I’m choosing to go with is the built in active storage. This tutorial covers setting up active storage and making a very basic image upload application. The […]
This Active Storage tutorial for Ruby on Rails 5.2 covers using it for file uploads. Due to Paperclip being deprecated in Ruby on Rails 5.2, the alternative that I’m choosing to go with is the built in active storage. This tutorial covers setting up active storage and making a very basic file upload application. The […]
This is the third and final episode on introduction to MongDB. In this screencast, we demonstrate MongoMapper and how to use it in a Rails app. Get the code at blog.rubyhead.com/files/mongodemo and the rest of the series at Dec 12, 2009carol
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“Double-spending” Bitcoin — the process of making someone believe you sent them funds when you didn’t — used to be only for the tech-savvy. Thanks to Glass Hunt’s new web-based double-spend tool, however, it’s now easy and available to all. The South Korea-based anonymous hackers — who actually want Bitcoin to succeed — reveal their […]
This is step 4 of a series of video that show how to deploy a Rails application to elastic beanstalk using a continuous integration server. In this step we create a new Rails application, scaffold a model and deploy the application out to Elastic Beanstalk from the command line. We connect the application up to […]
Considered by many developers to be one of the fastest frameworks for building applications, Rails has come a long way since 2005. Slated for release later this year, Rails 3 will feature some innovative new features that will make the developer experience even better. Rails 3 will also be the first release that rolls in […]
Ruby on Rails still has many significant advantages as a Framework for developing Web Applications. In this short presentation, I outline what I think are some of the key features that make RoR such a productive and creative environment for software development. You can find out more about all the content in this video at: […]
Rails 5 Features You Haven’t Heard About by Sean Griffin We’ve all heard about Action Cable, Turbolinks 5, and Rails::API. But Rails 5 was almost a thousand commits! They included dozens of minor features, many of which will be huge quality of life improvements even if you aren’t using WebSockets or Turbolinks. This will be […]