Let's Build for Ruby and Rails Developers
A complete series of me building an application in public in efforts to help the Ruby and Rails community
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In part 18 of this Let's Build for Ruby and Rails developers series I begin adding more stateful UI to the mix to help improve the user experience as well as...•
Welcome to Part 17 of my Let's build for Ruby and Rails developers series. In this part, I carry on adding the final functionality of the new job form by int...•
In part 15 I'll be focusing on the Vue.js job checkout form and integrating Stripe.
Welcome to part 15 of my Let's Build for Ruby and Rails developers ser...•
Building the new job form preview page
In part 14, I continue our long journey with a dynamic form built with Vue.js on the front-end and Ruby on Rail...•
Enhancing state of the Vue.js app
In part 13 I take a step back at our very rough Vue.js application to start to consider state management. There ar...•
In part 12 I continue rounding out our new job form using Vue.js. Since this is a multi-step form I wanted to create some visual cues giving the end user an ...•
In part 10 of my Let's build for Ruby and Rails developers series I begin adding new job details fields on our new job form.
Much of the work in this part...•
In part 9 of my Let's build for Ruby and Rails developers series I break ground on our new job form and leverage Vue.js to do so.
A big goal of the Vue....•
In part 8 of my Let's build for Ruby and Rails developers series I continue designing the individual job detail view using Tailwind CSS and Ruby on Rails.