RailsConf 2018: Building a Collaborative Text Editor by Justin Weiss Have you ever clicked “Save” on a document, and caused a coworker to lose hours of work? Or spent more time coordinating “Who has permission to edit” in Slack than you did actually writing the document? Google-Docs-style collaboration used to be nice to have. Now, […]
In this video, we will describe how to enable spell and grammar checking capabilities of the SpellCheckAsYouType (SCAYT) plugin for Froala Editor. Get a free subscription to the Cloud SCAYT services for Froala Editor: Here are the steps which will help you to enable SCAYT in Froala Editor: 1. Create a HTML page with Froala […]
In this video I will start with a default Atom editor and add each of my favorite packages and plugins step by step so make Atom an overall better code editor. PACKAGE LIST: -Emmet -File Icons -Atom Live Server -Todo -Mini-Map -Pigments -Linter -Atom Beautify -Ask Stack -Highlight Selected SUPPORT: We spend massive amounts of […]
Hello friends , in this video we will learn basic commands in epsilon editor. we will learn basic important shortcut keys in epsilon text editor. in this video you can learn how to open any file in epsilon editor. how to copy any text or any things on file in epsilon editor. how to paste […]
The infrastructure you manage with Chef is a complex machine. This complexity is mirrored in the cookbooks you develop and the data stored in your Chef server. It is an ongoing effort to keep track of the state of that machine and to keep up with all the functionality included in your (many) cookbooks. However, […]
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The pitch here is really simple. Having a structure where developers feel supported makes them happier, and less likely to leave. Retention and training is much cheaper than hiring and on-boarding and leads to a better work place. We think we have a lightweight structure for supporting developer growth and we think it will be […]
23 students attended Le Wagon Lisbon coding bootcamp from April 16th to June 15th, 2018. Check out the projects they built with Ruby on Rails in only 2 weeks!