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
Keeping up with the fast-paced environment of the world wide web is an increasingly challenging feat. Your workflow, your tools, and your knowledge of programming all play a significant role in where you stand as a web developer. How does one keep up? What steps must be taken to achieve results without sacrificing performance and code quality? Much is discussed here.
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
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
The Devise gem ships with a default configuration that allows you to sign in on a specific route. This post address the idea of