It has been a bit since I last vlogged. As 2019 came to a close I saw it as a great time to take a
Learning through visuals is highly engaging. We use video to teach, talk, and review our own take on design, development, and entrepreneurship. Learn by example and spend less time absorbing content through moving pictures.
The High Voltage gem is one of my favorite no-nonsense Ruby gems that gets you moving quickly when the need for static pages arise
There are thousands of Ruby gems out in the wild. I use many on almost every Ruby on Rails project I create. This is an
Continuing on from Part 1 is the frontend portion of the tutorial. I’ll leverage React, Apollo and Tailwind CSS to build out the frontend of
GraphQL is a query language for APIs. The query language itself is universal and not tied to any frontend or backend technology. This characteristic
Continuing my Let’s Build: With Tailwind CSS series is another addition where I show you how to re-create Airbnb’s home page using only Tailwind CSS.
Welcome to another installment in my Let’s build with Ruby on Rails: Extending Devise series. This tutorial teaches you how to sign in with Twitter
This tutorial is about using Active Storage from Ruby on Rails 6.0 to create a drag and drop upload experience from scratch using Stimulus.js and