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How I use Environment Variables with Rails secrets
 
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In this video, I am going to explain how I work with environment variables. If you don't know why ENV variables are used, please let me know in the comments so I can point you to right resource. If you want to skip the video and get the information, just read through here. Problems with using ENV variables directly all over the codebase: * No list in the repository for new developers to find all the environment variables. * The environment variables are spread in the code base which makes it tough to change a variable name. * For non string values, you need to convert the string to required data type everywhere the value is required. To over come these problems, I use secret.yml and populate the values there with ENV hash through embedded ruby. This addresses the problems I've listed and provides a lot more flexibility.
Views: 944 pilanites
RailsConf 2018: Encrypted Credentials on Rails 5.2: Secrets to Success by Christopher Rigor
 
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RailsConf 2018: Encrypted Credentials on Rails 5.2: Secrets to Success by Christopher Rigor Secrets are out. Credentials are in. This new Rails 5.2 feature offers a number of advantages over the old way of managing secrets. You get atomic deploys, you avoid putting sensitive data on environment variables, and your data is always encrypted. This talk will reveal the secrets to success in using Credentials and EncryptedConfiguration, the API it uses internally. This is a sponsored talk by Engine Yard.
Views: 772 Confreaks
Ruby on Rails - Railscasts PRO #85 - YAML Configuration (revised)
 
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Keeping passwords and secret tokens in source control is a security risk. Here I show how to move these settings out into a YAML configuration file which can be loaded in as a hash or environment variables.
Views: 3534 Railscasts Reloaded
Guide to Rails Encrypted Credentials
 
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Starting in Rails 5.2+, the framework now comes with a built in way to encrypt configuration credentials and environment variables. In previous versions an application would need to use a tool such as dotenv or figaro, and you could NEVER include the variable values in version control for security reasons. However, now all of the credentials are encrypted, and a single master key can decrypt them. This means that your team can add the credentials to version control and share them with much more ease. This video walks through how to: view, edit, and query the credentials, along with how to call them from the console and the application. And finally I show how to configure Heroku to work with the credentials. Here is a link to a cheat sheet that shows the common commands needed to work with Rails encrypted credentials: http://www.dailysmarty.com/posts/cheat-sheet-for-working-with-rails-encrypted-credentials
Views: 1032 edutechional
Episode #123 - Encrypted Credentials in Rails 5.2
 
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In this episode, we take a look at the Encrypted Credentials of Ruby on Rails 5.2 and how we can patch it so that we can use other YAML files like a development.yml and test.yml. https://www.driftingruby.com/episodes/encrypted-credentials-in-rails-5-2
Views: 2284 Drifting Ruby
06 - Adding Payments - Let's Build: With Ruby on Rails - Event Scheduling App with Payments
 
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Hi, My name is Andy Leverenz and I work as a Product Designer at Dribbble. For fun, I design, code, and write. Check out my blog called Web-Crunch https://web-crunch.com where I publish design and development tutorials with the occasional vlog. ==================== PART 6 OF 7 In part 6, I add payment integration so new users much purchase a session before creating one. Much of the logic here is ported over from previous Let's Builds. ==================== 📰 Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/webcrunchblog?sub_confirmation=1 💻 Previously published at: https://web-crunch.com/lets-build-ruby-on-rails-event-scheduling-app-payments 💻 Check out the blog: https://web-crunch.com 🦄 Check out my personal site: https://justalever.com 🚀 Links: Weekly Newsletter: https://web-crunch.com/subscribe Twitter: https://twitter.com/webcrunchblog Twitter(Personal Account): https://twitter.com/justalever Facebook: https://facebook.com/webcrunchblog Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/justalever Github: https://github.com/justalever Medium: https://medium.com/the-web-crunch-publication 📘Check out my book on UX Design: "LUXD: Learn User Experience Design" https://web-crunch.com/books/luxd 📙 Check out my FREE book on Tumblr Theming: "Pro Tumblr Theming" https://web-crunch.com/books/ptt 💯 Need awesome web hosting? Check out cloudways. They allow me to use a variety of hosting providers and build apps with ease: http://bit.ly/webcrunchhosting 🌊 Need more advanced hosting for Rails, PHP, Node, or other projects? Digital Ocean has you covered. https://m.do.co/c/ee243ee15648 💎 Ruby on Rails devs, Try HatchBox.io. You'll save upwards of 50% compared to Heroku. I use it and love it! https://hatchbox.io/?via=andy ☕️ 🙏🏻 Patreon https://www.patreon.com/webcrunch ☕️ Or buy me a coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/webcrunch
Views: 364 Web-Crunch
Let's Build: With Ruby On Rails - Book Library App - Adding Subscriptions and Stripe - Part 5
 
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Hi, My name is Andy Leverenz and I work as a Product Designer at Dribbble. For fun I design, code, and write. Check out my blog called Web-Crunch https://web-crunch.com where I publish design and development tutorials with the occasional vlog. ======================== ▶️ You are watching: PART 4 of 6 Download the source code: ⚙️ https://github.com/justalever/book_library ======================== Welcome to my eleventh Let's Build series featuring Ruby on Rails. This installment, once again, focuses on accepting payments using Ruby on Rails as a web application framework. We partner Ruby on Rails with Stripe to create a subscription based SaaS model for a book library application. What's new in this build? ======================== * Rails 5.2 makes an appearance * We use ActiveStorage which comes new with Rails 5.2. No longer do we require third-party gems like PaperClip or Carrierwave. * New encrypted secrets which make managing any environment variables or keys way easier. You can commit these to version control without fear thanks to the encrypted quality * Stripe Billing - Stripe recently released a new model around their subscription products. Within Stripe Billing you can define overlying products which have associated plans. It's a nicer way to bundle whatever it is you sell but still be able to sell things in different manners i.e. Flat rates, Multiple Plans, Per seat, Usage-based, and Flat rate + overage. The Book Library application ========================= The application is a simple book application that allows a user to add and remove books from their library. These books can be downloaded for reading once a user is subscribed. Accessing a library is only possible if a user is subscribed. This app differs than previous apps where a user must pay before making an account. A user is presented with buttons for adding a book to their library. As you can guess, to do this action a user first needs an account. Upon clicking the "add to library" button a public facing user (someone with no account) is redirected to a signup page of which we implement using the Devise gem. A nice callback function from Devise allows us to redirect a user upon successfully signing up. In this case, we redirect a user to a pricing page which features three plans to choose from. Each plan has its own parameters associated with it. Upon clicking the "subscribe" button on any of the tiers, the user is redirected to a payment page carrying over the necessary parameters to hook into Stripe with. What seems like a simple app carries some logic and weight to cover all our tracks. The application is far from complete but you can, however, extend this to be much more however you like. I ran out of time but one obvious area to extend this app is to save what plan a user has subscribed to. This can be done at the time they create a subscription. From there you can query different places in your app to show and hide specific features based on their plan type. ======================== 🙏🏻Help me keep going. Become a patreon or buy me a coffee: https://www.patreon.com/webcrunch ☕️ https://www.buymeacoffee.com/webcrunch 💻 Previously published at: https://web-crunch.com/lets-build-ruby-on-rails-book-library-stripe-subscription-payments 💻 Check out the blog: https://web-crunch.com 💡 👫 Check out my agency: https://coupleofcreatives.com 🦄 Check out my personal site: https://justalever.com 🚀 Links: Weekly Newsletter: https://web-crunch.com/subscribe Twitter: https://twitter.com/webcrunchblog Twitter(Personal Account): https://twitter.com/justalever Facebook: https://facebook.com/webcrunchblog Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/justalever Github: https://github.com/justalever Medium: https://medium.com/the-web-crunch-publication 📘Check out my book on UX Design: "LUXD: Learn User Experience Design" https://web-crunch.com/books/luxd 📙 Check out my FREE book on Tumblr Theming: "Pro Tumblr Theming" https://web-crunch.com/books/ptt 💯 Need awesome web hosting? Check out cloudways. They allow me to use a variety of hosting providers and build apps with ease: http://bit.ly/webcrunchhosting 🌊 Need more advanced hosting for Rails, PHP, Node, or other projects? Digital Ocean has you covered. https://m.do.co/c/ee243ee15648
Views: 1272 Web-Crunch
How to Learn Rails and Change Your Life: Two Ruby on Rails Developers Share Their Secrets
 
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You're going to learn: *What it takes to learn Ruby on Rails (from 2 awesome women who did!)  *Examples of the interesting (and high-paying) jobs you can get when you know Rails  *Exactly what you need to learn to land your first job as a Rails developer *The 3 most important things to focus on while learning Rails
Views: 70825 Skillcrush
Let's Build: With Ruby on Rails - eCommerce Music Shop - Initial Setup - Part 2
 
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Hi, My name is Andy Leverenz. I design, code, and am an author of things. Check out my blog Web-Crunch https://web-crunch.com🤘🏻 ***** PART 2 of 6 ****** ☕️Help me keep going: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/webcrunch 💻 Previously published at: https://web-crunch.com/ruby-on-rails-ecommerce-music-shop Welcome to the next installment of my Let’s Build series featuring Ruby on Rails. In this span of six videos, I’ll walk you through the concept of building an eCommerce music shop in a Rails environment. If you have followed my previous builds, I stem some ideas from those as well as establish some new ideas and techniques. Much of what is discussed I’ve covered before but there are some new concepts such as database seeding and session parameters I dive into in this series. What’s the app? ======= This series will involve creating a small start to an e-commerce application with user authentication. The application of which I call “Flanger” will revolve around selling and purchasing musical instruments. The app will use a series of models to formulate both the cart and items of which are for sale. Along the way, we will craft some handy helpers that perform calculations to total the items within our cart as well as remember who a user is if that user adds an item to a cart without being logged in. A user who has an account can post instruments for sale. What won’t we be covering? ======= Building a complete e-commerce application is quite a challenge. Often times you need user authentication, tons of options for listing items for sale, a solution for shopping carts, and of course payment options. Accepting payments is a topic I plan to cover in the future but for now, I am omitting this from the app for the sake of time and headache! If you would like to extend this app further you are more than welcome to. I personally use Stripe on other apps and have found great success with integrating it. 💻 Check out the blog: https://web-crunch.com 💡 👫 Check out my agency: https://coupleofcreatives.com 🦄 Check out my personal site: https://justalever.com 🚀 Links: Weekly Newsletter: https://web-crunch.com/subscribe Twitter: https://twitter.com/webcrunchblog Twitter(Personal Account): https://twitter.com/justalever Facebook: https://facebook.com/webcrunchblog Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/justalever Github: https://github.com/justalever Medium: https://medium.com/the-web-crunch-publication 📘Check out my book on UX Design: "LUXD: Learn User Experience Design" https://web-crunch.com/books/luxd 📙 Check out my FREE book on Tumblr Theming: "Pro Tumblr Theming" https://web-crunch.com/books/ptt 💯 Need awesome web hosting? Check out cloudways. They allow me to use a variety of hosting providers and build apps with ease: http://bit.ly/webcrunchhosting
Views: 4148 Web-Crunch
Rails Environment Settings Process
 
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Rails Environment Settings Process | eduCBA In this video we are going to understand the Environment settings in the Ruby on Rails in detail with practical examples. For more information related Video click this link :- https://www.educba.com/course/ruby-on-rails-from-scratch/ #Rails #Ruby About eduCBA :- eduCBA is a leading global provider of skill based education. It offers amazing 4600+ courses across 50+ verticals prepared by top notch professionals from the Industry which  are job oriented skill based programs demanded by the Industry. Through its online feature you can learn at anytime & anyplace so plan your study to suit your convenience and schedule. We provide scalable online investment banking and financial modeling training programs to Corporate. These trainings come with fully customized HR/Management access for tracking employee progress report. It also includes functionalities like due-date escalation system. We also provide online test and assessment solutions for college intern hiring and final placements. Enroll courses in eduCBA : https://www.educba.com/bundle/all Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/CorporateBridgeGroup LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/company/946029 Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/106267634931284137919/ Pinterset : https://in.pinterest.com/educorp/ YouTube : https://www.youtube.com/user/corporatebridge
Views: 65 eduCBA
Developer Ep. 7: Refactor to use dotenv
 
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We've been using Foreman to start up everything for the React Client Starter App. Here we refactor to rely on the .env file as the source of truth using the dotenv gem. dotenv gem: https://github.com/bkeepers/dotenv React Client Starter App: https://github.com/atomicjolt/react_client_starter_app *Note that we’ve change from Canvas Starter app to React Client Starter App.
How To Create Yelp Clone: Ruby on Rails. Setting-up the Environment.
 
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A First Part of "How To Create Yelp Clone: Ruby on Rails" where we are setting up the environment for our project. This tutorial will cover all the details (resources, tools, languages etc) that are necessary to build a complete and operational Job Searching Website. Find the FULL project for FREE with 7 Videos here: https://bit.ly/2CjQhyr You will be guided through all the steps and concepts, starting from the basic ones like setting up the right tools and frameworks to the more advanced topics related to the development. And ultimately you will be able to create your own Job listing or searching website without any difficulty. What are the requirements? HTML/CSS Database-driven websites Basic Ruby and SQL Knowledge of the Rails framework And most importantly: A desire to learn What is the target audience? You want to build database-driven directory or posting sites Learners who want to enhance their knowledge When are the streaming sessions (streaming schedule)? Project Outline Session 1: Setting-up the Environment Setting up the programming environment for Linux How to get a Linux development environment on both Windows & Mac Session 1.1: Preparing a project - mapping out the database and structuring tasks Database structure Building the to-do list Session 2: Models and Migrations (Back-end) Here we will learn how to create a basic structure of a website and also how to style it. The languages or frameworks that we will use are: HTML, CSS, SASS Bootstrap, JavaScript, Jquery, FontAwesome Ruby on Rails Session 3: Application of frameworks: Here we will learn how to make a communication between our server, database, and website and to implement core concepts of web applications. The languages and tools that we will use are: Ruby SQLite Session 4: This session will cover building the core features of the website by using the concepts we have learned in session 3. Registration, authentication, and validation Profile setup Dynamic behavior of web pages Session 5: This session covers geocoding locations and using google maps to display their location. Additionally, we will replicate Yelps front page search functionality Geocoding Google Maps API Find the FULL project for FREE with 7 Videos here: https://bit.ly/2CjQhyr
Views: 2080 Education Ecosystem
Environment Variables
 
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Views: 3547 GoRails
RailsConf 2016 - Secrets of Testing Rails 5 apps by Prathamesh Sonpatki
 
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Secrets of Testing Rails 5 apps by Prathamesh Sonpatki Testing Rails 5 apps has become a better experience out of the box. Rails has also become smarter by introducing the test runner. Now we can't complain about not being able to run a single test or not getting coloured output. A lot of effort has gone into making tests -- especially integration tests -- run faster. Come and join me as we commence the journey to uncover the secrets of testing Rails 5 apps. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/J5Ch/
Views: 1274 Confreaks
A Grab-Bag of Ruby/Rails Tips
 
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From https://www.refactoringrails.io.
Views: 3379 Ben Orenstein
Nickel City Ruby 2013 Git & GitHub Secrets by Zach Holman
 
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Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/FG5j/
Views: 1180 Confreaks
How To Setup A Development Environment - Part 1
 
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In this video I take you through setting up your development environment on a fresh install of OSX 10.10.3. We install & setup: - Chrome - Sublime Text 3 - iTerm2 - Homebrew - Rbenv - Ruby 2.2.2 - Rails 4.2.1 - Git Video & full show notes at https://www.unicasts.com/screencasts/setup-a-development-environment-part-1
Views: 37885 Mackenzie Child
Setting Up Ruby On Rails development environment In Linux Mint / Ubuntu
 
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How to setup ruby on rails in linux mint / ubuntu 14.04 trusty . step by step guide easily to follow get up and running
Views: 6276 Alok Yadav
Ruby Snack #20: Setting Environmental Variables with Figaro
 
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Setting and deploying environmental variables is a piece of cake with Figaro and a Capistrano gem built for easy deployment. I'll take you through setting up the gem and the files. Enjoy as I admit that I did this the hard way in previous episodes. To download the presentation, visit http://rubythursday.com/episodes/ruby-snack-20-setting-environmental-variables-with -figaro
Views: 2103 RubyThursday
Rails 5.2 - Encrypted Credentials | Preview
 
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►Check out https://gorails.com for Pro episodes and more!
Views: 2337 GoRails
Using environment variables (Get started with Jenkins, part 7)
 
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In this video I'll show you how you can use environment variables to securely store and use your credentials in Jenkins More free tutorials on Jenkins: https://goo.gl/2uE4J5 ► About me Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/xafke Check out my blog: https://www.savjee.be Like my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/savjee
Let's Build: With Ruby on Rails - eCommerce Music Shop - Creating Instruments - Part 3
 
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Hi, My name is Andy Leverenz. I design, code, and am an author of things. Check out my blog Web-Crunch https://web-crunch.com🤘🏻 ***** PART 3 of 6 ****** ☕️Help me keep going: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/webcrunch 💻 Previously published at: https://web-crunch.com/ruby-on-rails-ecommerce-music-shop Welcome to the next installment of my Let’s Build series featuring Ruby on Rails. In this span of six videos, I’ll walk you through the concept of building an eCommerce music shop in a Rails environment. If you have followed my previous builds, I stem some ideas from those as well as establish some new ideas and techniques. Much of what is discussed I’ve covered before but there are some new concepts such as database seeding and session parameters I dive into in this series. What’s the app? ======= This series will involve creating a small start to an e-commerce application with user authentication. The application of which I call “Flanger” will revolve around selling and purchasing musical instruments. The app will use a series of models to formulate both the cart and items of which are for sale. Along the way, we will craft some handy helpers that perform calculations to total the items within our cart as well as remember who a user is if that user adds an item to a cart without being logged in. A user who has an account can post instruments for sale. What won’t we be covering? ======= Building a complete e-commerce application is quite a challenge. Often times you need user authentication, tons of options for listing items for sale, a solution for shopping carts, and of course payment options. Accepting payments is a topic I plan to cover in the future but for now, I am omitting this from the app for the sake of time and headache! If you would like to extend this app further you are more than welcome to. I personally use Stripe on other apps and have found great success with integrating it. 💻 Check out the blog: https://web-crunch.com 💡 👫 Check out my agency: https://coupleofcreatives.com 🦄 Check out my personal site: https://justalever.com 🚀 Links: Weekly Newsletter: https://web-crunch.com/subscribe Twitter: https://twitter.com/webcrunchblog Twitter(Personal Account): https://twitter.com/justalever Facebook: https://facebook.com/webcrunchblog Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/justalever Github: https://github.com/justalever Medium: https://medium.com/the-web-crunch-publication 📘Check out my book on UX Design: "LUXD: Learn User Experience Design" https://web-crunch.com/books/luxd 📙 Check out my FREE book on Tumblr Theming: "Pro Tumblr Theming" https://web-crunch.com/books/ptt 💯 Need awesome web hosting? Check out cloudways. They allow me to use a variety of hosting providers and build apps with ease: http://bit.ly/webcrunchhosting
Views: 2549 Web-Crunch
Hiding secrets in a Vault by Stjepan Hadjić
 
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Most applications use third party services. Access to those services are possible thought some secrets and keys. Lets store those secrets in a Vault instead of hardcoding them in our software. Vault is a free product made by HashiCorp that makes it easy to store, read and share your secrets with other members of your team and machines. It stores already encrypted data, it has many different ways to authenticate, including github, and on top of it all, it logs everything. Stjepan Hadjić (Infinum) He was born and raised in Zagreb, Croatia. He is writing ruby code for the last 5 years. He runs Rails team as a Team Lead in Infinum. He mentors a bunch of ruby juniors, contributes and maintains opensource projects, talks at a local ruby meetup, and was a lecturer of Infinum Student Academy. Currently dipping his toes in elixir waters.
Views: 381 Devoxx
RailsConf 2017: Rails 5.1: Awesome Features and Breaking Changes by Claudio B
 
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RailsConf 2017: Rails 5.1: awesome features and breaking changes by Claudio B Each minor release of Rails brings shiny new features and mild headaches for developers required to upgrade their applications and gems. Rails 5.1 will support Yarn and modern Javascript transpilers, remove jQuery from the default stack, integrate system testing and a concurrent test runner, introduce a new helper to create forms, provide encrypted secrets and more. In this talk, I will cover the improvements brought by Rails 5.1, explain the Core team’s motivations behind each feature, and illustrate the upgrade process to smoothly transition gems and apps from Rails 5.0 to Rails 5.1.
Views: 3530 Confreaks
How to build a Reddit or Hacker News Style Web App in Rails 4
 
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Week 1 of my 12 Web Apps in 12 Weeks (http://mackenziechild.me/12-in-12/1/). This week I built a link aggregator site similar to Reddit or Hacker News. Github Repo: https://github.com/mackenziechild/raddit You can follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/mackenziechild Visit my website: http://mackenziechild.me Newsletter: http://macke.nz/3P08031c0r12
Views: 184438 Mackenzie Child
Let's Build: With Ruby On Rails - Book Library App -  Intro  - Part 1
 
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Hi, My name is Andy Leverenz and I work as a Product Designer at Dribbble. For fun I design, code, and write. Check out my blog called Web-Crunch https://web-crunch.com where I publish design and development tutorials with the occasional vlog. ======================== ▶️ You are watching: PART 1 of 6 Download the source code: ⚙️ https://github.com/justalever/book_library ======================== Welcome to my eleventh Let's Build series featuring Ruby on Rails. This installment, once again, focuses on accepting payments using Ruby on Rails as a web application framework. We partner Ruby on Rails with Stripe to create a subscription based SaaS model for a book library application. What's new in this build? ======================== * Rails 5.2 makes an appearance * We use ActiveStorage which comes new with Rails 5.2. No longer do we require third-party gems like PaperClip or Carrierwave. * New encrypted secrets which make managing any environment variables or keys way easier. You can commit these to version control without fear thanks to the encrypted quality * Stripe Billing - Stripe recently released a new model around their subscription products. Within Stripe Billing you can define overlying products which have associated plans. It's a nicer way to bundle whatever it is you sell but still be able to sell things in different manners i.e. Flat rates, Multiple Plans, Per seat, Usage-based, and Flat rate + overage. The Book Library application ========================= The application is a simple book application that allows a user to add and remove books from their library. These books can be downloaded for reading once a user is subscribed. Accessing a library is only possible if a user is subscribed. This app differs than previous apps where a user must pay before making an account. A user is presented with buttons for adding a book to their library. As you can guess, to do this action a user first needs an account. Upon clicking the "add to library" button a public facing user (someone with no account) is redirected to a signup page of which we implement using the Devise gem. A nice callback function from Devise allows us to redirect a user upon successfully signing up. In this case, we redirect a user to a pricing page which features three plans to choose from. Each plan has its own parameters associated with it. Upon clicking the "subscribe" button on any of the tiers, the user is redirected to a payment page carrying over the necessary parameters to hook into Stripe with. What seems like a simple app carries some logic and weight to cover all our tracks. The application is far from complete but you can, however, extend this to be much more however you like. I ran out of time but one obvious area to extend this app is to save what plan a user has subscribed to. This can be done at the time they create a subscription. From there you can query different places in your app to show and hide specific features based on their plan type. ======================== 🙏🏻Help me keep going. Become a patreon or buy me a coffee: https://www.patreon.com/webcrunch ☕️ https://www.buymeacoffee.com/webcrunch 💻 Previously published at: https://web-crunch.com/lets-build-ruby-on-rails-book-library-stripe-subscription-payments 💻 Check out the blog: https://web-crunch.com 💡 👫 Check out my agency: https://coupleofcreatives.com 🦄 Check out my personal site: https://justalever.com 🚀 Links: Weekly Newsletter: https://web-crunch.com/subscribe Twitter: https://twitter.com/webcrunchblog Twitter(Personal Account): https://twitter.com/justalever Facebook: https://facebook.com/webcrunchblog Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/justalever Github: https://github.com/justalever Medium: https://medium.com/the-web-crunch-publication 📘Check out my book on UX Design: "LUXD: Learn User Experience Design" https://web-crunch.com/books/luxd 📙 Check out my FREE book on Tumblr Theming: "Pro Tumblr Theming" https://web-crunch.com/books/ptt 💯 Need awesome web hosting? Check out cloudways. They allow me to use a variety of hosting providers and build apps with ease: http://bit.ly/webcrunchhosting 🌊 Need more advanced hosting for Rails, PHP, Node, or other projects? Digital Ocean has you covered. https://m.do.co/c/ee243ee15648
Views: 4722 Web-Crunch
Installing Rails on Mac OSX - The Simple Way!
 
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This tutorial walks you through from start to finish, installing Ruby on Rails and setting up a development environment on a 2015 MacBook Pro. By the end of this tutorial, you will have a solid development environment set up for building your own Ruby on Rails web applications! Please Consider Supporting This Channel via Subscribing: http://goo.gl/HDo2G0 -- Extra Content I Suggest -- Book: "Clean Code" - Robert C. Martin - https://www.amazon.com/Clean-Code-Handbook-Software-Craftsmanship/dp/0132350882/?tag=devfactor-20 Sign Up for Monthly (non-spam) updates: http://www.devfactor.io Support Us:https://www.patreon.com/devfactor Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/andhofmt #programming #code
Views: 3892 DevFactor
Episode 158 - Top 5 Migration Tips After Upgrading to Rails 5.2
 
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My top 5 tips of changes you should do or look into after upgrading to Rails 5.2. Rails 5.2.0 RC2 Notes - http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2018/3/20/Rails-5-2-RC2/ Rails 5.2.0 Release Notes - http://edgeguides.rubyonrails.org/5_2_release_notes.html Active Storage With the new Active Storage framework in Rails 5.2, we’ve solved for the modern approach of uploading files straight to the cloud. Out of the box, there’s support for Amazon’s S3, Google’s Cloud Storage, and Microsoft Azure Cloud File Storage. If you’re dealing with images, you can create variants on the fly. If you’re dealing with videos or PDFs, you can create previews on the fly. And regardless of the type, you can analyze uploads for metadata extraction asynchronously. Redis Cache Store Redis for general partial, fragment, and other Rails caching jobs. The Redis cache store takes advantage of Redis support for automatic eviction when it reaches max memory, allowing it to behave much like a Memcached cache server. Deployment note: Redis doesn't expire keys by default, so take care to use a dedicated Redis cache server. Don't fill up your persistent-Redis server with volatile cache data! Read the Redis cache server setup guide in detail. Encrypted Secrets (Credentials) Added config/credentials.yml.enc file to store production app secrets. It allows saving any authentication credentials for third-party services directly in repository encrypted with a key in the config/master.key file or the RAILS_MASTER_KEY environment variable. This will eventually replace Rails.application.secrets and the encrypted secrets introduced in Rails 5.1. Furthermore, Rails 5.2 opens API underlying Credentials, so you can easily deal with other encrypted configurations, keys, and files. Content Security Policy The HTTP Content-Security-Policy response header allows web site administrators to control resources the user agent is allowed to load for a given page. With a few exceptions, policies mostly involve specifying server origins and script endpoints. This helps guard against cross-site scripting attacks (XSS). Rails 5.2 ships with a new DSL that allows you to configure a Content Security Policy for your application. You can configure a global default policy and then override it on a per-resource basis and even use lambdas to inject per-request values into the header such as account subdomains in a multi-tenant application. You can read more about this in the Securing Rails Applications guide. Fix All Deprecation Warnings Fix them before they become a problem in the future. Now is better than never. Software Dropbox (backup and sync software) - https://db.tt/l33vnUkr6L Dashlane (password storage) - https://www.dashlane.com/en/cs/_FHtTXN3Rkdg Podcast Gear Blue Yeti USB Microphone (Silver) - http://amzn.to/2BjKEh9 Blue Yeti USB Microphone (Blackout Edition) - http://amzn.to/2By4byE Premium 6-inch Pop Filter For Blue Yeti Microphone by Auphonix - http://amzn.to/2DtK2aq Video Gear Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II Digital Camera w/ 1 Inch Sensor and tilt LCD screen - Wi-Fi & NFC Enabled (Black) - http://amzn.to/2Bwd0ZK Rode smartLav+ Lavalier Microphone for iPhone and Smartphones - http://amzn.to/2Dtt38f JOBY GorillaPod 3K Kit. Compact Tripod 3K Stand and Ballhead 3K for Compact Mirrorless Cameras or devices up to 3K (6.6lbs). Black/Charcoal. - http://amzn.to/2BOh44L Computer Gear Logitech G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse - http://amzn.to/2BYuH3O Anker PowerCore 10000, One of the Smallest and Lightest 10000mAh External Batteries - http://amzn.to/2CVMohk Seagate Backup Plus Slim 2TB Portable External Hard Drive - http://amzn.to/2Dr98GL Recommended Gear STM Impulse, Backpack for 15-Inch Laptop and Tablet - Black (stm-111-024P-01) - http://amzn.to/2CUxRm3 Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series I) Wireless Headphones, Noise Cancelling - Black (updated and wireless version) - http://amzn.to/2BN3yy0 Other Gear Kogan - https://www.kogan.com/au/r/TX4FTG/
Views: 114 Coder Catchup
Ruby on Rails Development with Git and Github
 
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Get all the commands for this tutorial at: http://www.rubytreesoftware.com/resources/ruby-on-rails-development-with-git-and-github. Learn as I show you how to setup your Ruby on Rails development environment to use git and github. This serves as a prerequisite to our server deployment series. We cover setting up your SSH keys, configuring your github account, creating your git repository and pushing your code to github.
RailsConf 2018: Operating Rails in Kubernetes by Kir Shatrov
 
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RailsConf 2018: Operating Rails in Kubernetes by Kir Shatrov Moving from operations powered by scripts like Capistrano to containers orchestrated by Kubernetes requires a shift in practices. We'll talk about things beyond "Getting started with Kubernetes" guides, and cover such aspects of operations as gradual deployments, capacity planning, job workers and their safety, and how cloud environments like Kubernetes drastically change how we solve them. This presentation is about the lessons we learned while migrating hundreds of Rails apps within the organization to Kubernetes.
Views: 2223 Confreaks
Understand how the dotenv rubygem works
 
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Understand how the dotenv rubygem works More info at: https://dissectcode.com/2016/03/16/understand-how-the-dotenv-rubygem-works/
Views: 590 Khaja Minhajuddin
VIM configuration for Ruby on Rails applications
 
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Check out my blog post that is up to date with my latest vimrc file: http://janjiss.com/walkthrough-of-my-vimrc-file-for-ruby-development/
Building Application With Ruby On Rails Framework | Edureka
 
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Watch Sample Class recording: http://goo.gl/mDhKfI Edureka's 'Ruby on Rails' course is an instructor led online class that will enable learners to build web applications using the powerful Rails framework and the highly dynamic, object-oriented Ruby language. It will cover all the fundamental concepts of OOPS and Web Applications, Ruby scripting, MVC architecture to advanced topics like Gemified plugins, Application deployments, API conventions, cloud support by Heroku, Front End, and Back End DB collaborations etc. Participants will also get to implement one project towards the end of the course. This video helps you to learn following topics : 1.Introduction to ruby on rails framework 2.Features of ruby on rails 3.MVC architecture 4.Buildings Rails Application Edureka is a New Age e-learning platform that provides Instructor-Led Live, Online classes for learners who would prefer a hassle free and self paced learning environment, accessible from any part of the world. The topics related to Selenium have extensively been covered in our course 'Testing With Selenium WebDriver’. For more information, please write back to us at [email protected] Call us at US: 1800 275 9730 (toll free) or India: +91-8880862004
Views: 2649 edureka!
Install Ruby on Rails on Mac OS X
 
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We'll walk you through how to set up Ruby on Rails on your Mac. To learn more about using the Ruby on Rails framework, visit https://www.codecademy.com/en/learn/learn-rails?utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=video_tutorials&utm_medium=course_link&utm_term=rails .
Views: 34357 Codecademy
Step 2: Deploying a Rails 5 app to Elastic Beanstalk - Setup Elastic Beanstalk
 
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https://blog.cmgresearch.com/2017/05/07/setup-elastic-beanstalk.html This is step 2 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 set up an Elastic Beanstalk application and environment and deploy the sample application.
Views: 3329 Atomic14
Ruby on Rails Bundle for Vim
 
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Ruby on Rails development environment inside Vim. For more information, visit https://github.com/smolnar/vim-rails-bundle
Views: 4196 Samuel Molnar
Podcast Episode 110 - Rails 5.1 is Awesome!
 
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Rails 5.1: Loving JavaScript, System Tests, Encrypted Secrets, and more http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2017/4/27/Rails-5-1-final/ Webpacker on Go Rails https://gorails.com/episodes/using-webpack-in-rails-with-webpacker-gem?autoplay=1
Views: 1024 Coder Catchup
Let's Build: With Ruby On Rails - Book Library App - Controller Setup and Config - Part 3
 
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Hi, My name is Andy Leverenz and I work as a Product Designer at Dribbble. For fun I design, code, and write. Check out my blog called Web-Crunch https://web-crunch.com where I publish design and development tutorials with the occasional vlog. ======================== ▶️ You are watching: PART 3 of 6 Download the source code: ⚙️ https://github.com/justalever/book_library ======================== Welcome to my eleventh Let's Build series featuring Ruby on Rails. This installment, once again, focuses on accepting payments using Ruby on Rails as a web application framework. We partner Ruby on Rails with Stripe to create a subscription based SaaS model for a book library application. What's new in this build? ======================== * Rails 5.2 makes an appearance * We use ActiveStorage which comes new with Rails 5.2. No longer do we require third-party gems like PaperClip or Carrierwave. * New encrypted secrets which make managing any environment variables or keys way easier. You can commit these to version control without fear thanks to the encrypted quality * Stripe Billing - Stripe recently released a new model around their subscription products. Within Stripe Billing you can define overlying products which have associated plans. It's a nicer way to bundle whatever it is you sell but still be able to sell things in different manners i.e. Flat rates, Multiple Plans, Per seat, Usage-based, and Flat rate + overage. The Book Library application ========================= The application is a simple book application that allows a user to add and remove books from their library. These books can be downloaded for reading once a user is subscribed. Accessing a library is only possible if a user is subscribed. This app differs than previous apps where a user must pay before making an account. A user is presented with buttons for adding a book to their library. As you can guess, to do this action a user first needs an account. Upon clicking the "add to library" button a public facing user (someone with no account) is redirected to a signup page of which we implement using the Devise gem. A nice callback function from Devise allows us to redirect a user upon successfully signing up. In this case, we redirect a user to a pricing page which features three plans to choose from. Each plan has its own parameters associated with it. Upon clicking the "subscribe" button on any of the tiers, the user is redirected to a payment page carrying over the necessary parameters to hook into Stripe with. What seems like a simple app carries some logic and weight to cover all our tracks. The application is far from complete but you can, however, extend this to be much more however you like. I ran out of time but one obvious area to extend this app is to save what plan a user has subscribed to. This can be done at the time they create a subscription. From there you can query different places in your app to show and hide specific features based on their plan type. ======================== 🙏🏻Help me keep going. Become a patreon or buy me a coffee: https://www.patreon.com/webcrunch ☕️ https://www.buymeacoffee.com/webcrunch 💻 Previously published at: https://web-crunch.com/lets-build-ruby-on-rails-book-library-stripe-subscription-payments 💻 Check out the blog: https://web-crunch.com 💡 👫 Check out my agency: https://coupleofcreatives.com 🦄 Check out my personal site: https://justalever.com 🚀 Links: Weekly Newsletter: https://web-crunch.com/subscribe Twitter: https://twitter.com/webcrunchblog Twitter(Personal Account): https://twitter.com/justalever Facebook: https://facebook.com/webcrunchblog Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/justalever Github: https://github.com/justalever Medium: https://medium.com/the-web-crunch-publication 📘Check out my book on UX Design: "LUXD: Learn User Experience Design" https://web-crunch.com/books/luxd 📙 Check out my FREE book on Tumblr Theming: "Pro Tumblr Theming" https://web-crunch.com/books/ptt 💯 Need awesome web hosting? Check out cloudways. They allow me to use a variety of hosting providers and build apps with ease: http://bit.ly/webcrunchhosting 🌊 Need more advanced hosting for Rails, PHP, Node, or other projects? Digital Ocean has you covered. https://m.do.co/c/ee243ee15648
Views: 781 Web-Crunch
Let's Build: With Ruby on Rails - eCommerce Music Shop - Instrument Show and Index Views - Part 4
 
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Hi, My name is Andy Leverenz. I design, code, and am an author of things. Check out my blog Web-Crunch https://web-crunch.com🤘🏻 ***** PART 4 of 6 ****** ☕️Help me keep going: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/webcrunch 💻 Previously published at: https://web-crunch.com/ruby-on-rails-ecommerce-music-shop Welcome to the next installment of my Let’s Build series featuring Ruby on Rails. In this span of six videos, I’ll walk you through the concept of building an eCommerce music shop in a Rails environment. If you have followed my previous builds, I stem some ideas from those as well as establish some new ideas and techniques. Much of what is discussed I’ve covered before but there are some new concepts such as database seeding and session parameters I dive into in this series. What’s the app? ======= This series will involve creating a small start to an e-commerce application with user authentication. The application of which I call “Flanger” will revolve around selling and purchasing musical instruments. The app will use a series of models to formulate both the cart and items of which are for sale. Along the way, we will craft some handy helpers that perform calculations to total the items within our cart as well as remember who a user is if that user adds an item to a cart without being logged in. A user who has an account can post instruments for sale. What won’t we be covering? ======= Building a complete e-commerce application is quite a challenge. Often times you need user authentication, tons of options for listing items for sale, a solution for shopping carts, and of course payment options. Accepting payments is a topic I plan to cover in the future but for now, I am omitting this from the app for the sake of time and headache! If you would like to extend this app further you are more than welcome to. I personally use Stripe on other apps and have found great success with integrating it. 💻 Check out the blog: https://web-crunch.com 💡 👫 Check out my agency: https://coupleofcreatives.com 🦄 Check out my personal site: https://justalever.com 🚀 Links: Weekly Newsletter: https://web-crunch.com/subscribe Twitter: https://twitter.com/webcrunchblog Twitter(Personal Account): https://twitter.com/justalever Facebook: https://facebook.com/webcrunchblog Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/justalever Github: https://github.com/justalever Medium: https://medium.com/the-web-crunch-publication 📘Check out my book on UX Design: "LUXD: Learn User Experience Design" https://web-crunch.com/books/luxd 📙 Check out my FREE book on Tumblr Theming: "Pro Tumblr Theming" https://web-crunch.com/books/ptt 💯 Need awesome web hosting? Check out cloudways. They allow me to use a variety of hosting providers and build apps with ease: http://bit.ly/webcrunchhosting
Views: 1385 Web-Crunch
How To Deploy a Rails App with Passenger and Nginx on Debian 9.2 stretch
 
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Ruby on Rails, or Rails, is a server-side web application framework written in Ruby under the MIT License. Rails is a model–view–controller framework, providing default structures for a database, a web service, and web pages Phusion Passenger is an application server which can be integrated into web server like Apache and Nginx web servers and allows to serve Ruby/Rails applications via the web server. Nginx is a web server which can also be used as a reverse proxy, load balancer and HTTP cache. The software was created by Igor Sysoev and first publicly released in 2004. A company of the same name was founded in 2011 to provide support.
Unravel - Ep. 7 - Off the Rails! - Let's Play Unravel Gameplay
 
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Let’s Play Unravel! Welcome back to Part 7 of our Unravel Series. In this video, we go off the rails and unlock more memories! ► Watch the entire Let’s Play Unravel series - http://bit.ly/UnravelLP ►Support Blitz on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/Blitzkriegsler - - - - - Here are some other suggested playlists for your entertainment: ► Let's Play Slime Rancher: http://bit.ly/SlimeRancher ► Let's Play Scrap Mechanic: ► Let's Play Feist: http://bit.ly/FeistLP - - - - - Keep in touch with Blitz! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/Sub2Blitz Twitter: https://twitter.com/Blitzkriegsler Steam Group: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/Blitzkriegsler - - - - - Unravel Gameplay Information: Unravel introduces Yarny, a new lovable character made from a single thread of yarn, who embarks on a seemingly larger than life journey through the breath-taking environments of Northern Scandinavia. Using Yarny’s thread and big heart, traverse nature’s obstacles through different physics - based puzzles in this unique puzzle platformer game. Swing over a tree gap or hitch a ride on a flying kite, no feat is too big. Along the way, witness Yarny unlock a heartfelt story re-uniting a family’s lost loved ones. Unravel game is told completely without words, Yarny is the bond that ties everything together. - - - - - Unravel Gampleay Features: ► Yarny - Yarny is a tiny new character made from a single thread of yarn that slowly unravel as he embarks on a seemingly larger than life journey. ► Environment - Inspired by the breath-taking, lush environments of Northern Scandinavia, traverse nature’s beauty as well as the dangers that it has in store. ► Puzzles - Using Yarny’s thread, interact with the environment to swing across a tree gap or hitch a ride on a flying kite, no feat is too big. The tools may be simple but they have ability to accomplish complex puzzles. ► Underlying story - Unlock a heartfelt story re-connecting the memories of a long lost family. The game is told completely without words, and Yarny is the bond that ties everything together. - - - - - For more information on Unravel, visit these links: Unravel Game Official Website - http://www.unravelgame.com/ Download Scrap Mechanic on Origin - http://bit.ly/1TFigv7 Official Unravel Trailer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVLzQMqWER8 - - - - - Unravel will be available for purchase on 9-Feb-2016. Check out Unravel on Xbox One, PC (through Origin), and PS4. - - - - - At the time of this recording, Unravel is currently in a free trial through Origin Access and is not available for purchase. The full version will unlock on 9-February-2016. - - - - - Unravel Game is developed by Coldwood and published by EA. I was not provided a free copy of this game and purchased it on my own.
Views: 13100 Blitz
Let's Build: With Ruby On Rails - Book Library App - Establishing Models and Relations - Part 2
 
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Hi, My name is Andy Leverenz and I work as a Product Designer at Dribbble. For fun I design, code, and write. Check out my blog called Web-Crunch https://web-crunch.com where I publish design and development tutorials with the occasional vlog. ======================== ▶️ You are watching: PART 2 of 6 Download the source code: ⚙️ https://github.com/justalever/book_library ======================== Welcome to my eleventh Let's Build series featuring Ruby on Rails. This installment, once again, focuses on accepting payments using Ruby on Rails as a web application framework. We partner Ruby on Rails with Stripe to create a subscription based SaaS model for a book library application. What's new in this build? ======================== * Rails 5.2 makes an appearance * We use ActiveStorage which comes new with Rails 5.2. No longer do we require third-party gems like PaperClip or Carrierwave. * New encrypted secrets which make managing any environment variables or keys way easier. You can commit these to version control without fear thanks to the encrypted quality * Stripe Billing - Stripe recently released a new model around their subscription products. Within Stripe Billing you can define overlying products which have associated plans. It's a nicer way to bundle whatever it is you sell but still be able to sell things in different manners i.e. Flat rates, Multiple Plans, Per seat, Usage-based, and Flat rate + overage. The Book Library application ========================= The application is a simple book application that allows a user to add and remove books from their library. These books can be downloaded for reading once a user is subscribed. Accessing a library is only possible if a user is subscribed. This app differs than previous apps where a user must pay before making an account. A user is presented with buttons for adding a book to their library. As you can guess, to do this action a user first needs an account. Upon clicking the "add to library" button a public facing user (someone with no account) is redirected to a signup page of which we implement using the Devise gem. A nice callback function from Devise allows us to redirect a user upon successfully signing up. In this case, we redirect a user to a pricing page which features three plans to choose from. Each plan has its own parameters associated with it. Upon clicking the "subscribe" button on any of the tiers, the user is redirected to a payment page carrying over the necessary parameters to hook into Stripe with. What seems like a simple app carries some logic and weight to cover all our tracks. The application is far from complete but you can, however, extend this to be much more however you like. I ran out of time but one obvious area to extend this app is to save what plan a user has subscribed to. This can be done at the time they create a subscription. From there you can query different places in your app to show and hide specific features based on their plan type. ======================== 🙏🏻Help me keep going. Become a patreon or buy me a coffee: https://www.patreon.com/webcrunch ☕️ https://www.buymeacoffee.com/webcrunch 💻 Previously published at: https://web-crunch.com/lets-build-ruby-on-rails-book-library-stripe-subscription-payments 💻 Check out the blog: https://web-crunch.com 💡 👫 Check out my agency: https://coupleofcreatives.com 🦄 Check out my personal site: https://justalever.com 🚀 Links: Weekly Newsletter: https://web-crunch.com/subscribe Twitter: https://twitter.com/webcrunchblog Twitter(Personal Account): https://twitter.com/justalever Facebook: https://facebook.com/webcrunchblog Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/justalever Github: https://github.com/justalever Medium: https://medium.com/the-web-crunch-publication 📘Check out my book on UX Design: "LUXD: Learn User Experience Design" https://web-crunch.com/books/luxd 📙 Check out my FREE book on Tumblr Theming: "Pro Tumblr Theming" https://web-crunch.com/books/ptt 💯 Need awesome web hosting? Check out cloudways. They allow me to use a variety of hosting providers and build apps with ease: http://bit.ly/webcrunchhosting 🌊 Need more advanced hosting for Rails, PHP, Node, or other projects? Digital Ocean has you covered. https://m.do.co/c/ee243ee15648
Views: 1482 Web-Crunch
Install Ruby on Rails on Windows 7, 8 or 10 in 3 Minutes
 
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We'll walk you through how to set up Ruby on Rails on your Windows machine in less than 5 minutes. We'll be using http://railsinstaller.org/en to make the installation easier. To learn more about using the Ruby on Rails framework, visit https://www.codecademy.com/en/learn/learn-rails?utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=video_tutorials&utm_medium=course_link&utm_term=rails .
Views: 88859 Codecademy
Installing Ruby on Rails Ubuntu 12.04
 
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This guide will show you how to install Ruby on Rails on Ubuntu 12.04. full written instructions at http://x.co/3xbmY
Views: 11036 Linux Casts
How To Deploy a Rails App with Passenger and Apache on Debian 9.2 stretch
 
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Ruby on Rails, or Rails, is a server-side web application framework written in Ruby under the MIT License. Rails is a model–view–controller framework, providing default structures for a database, a web service, and web pages Phusion Passenger is an application server which can be integrated into web server like Apache and Nginx web servers and allows to serve Ruby/Rails applications via the web server. Apache is the most commonly used Web server on Linux systems.
Testing The Way It Should Be (aka Intro Into Cypress)
 
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Testing is the essential bedrock of software, and we can all agree it's a must­have. There are many testing tools for the front end, but most (if not all) suffer from some crippling problems. We’ll explore these problems and the solutions Cypress.io offers to take the pain out of testing. EVENT: ReactiveConf 2016 SPEAKER: Brian Mann PERMISSIONS: ReactiveConf Organizer provided Coding Tech with the permission to republish this video. CREDITS: Original video source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lK_ihqnQQEM ReactiveConf web-site: https://reactiveconf.com/
Views: 29818 Coding Tech
Unravel Walkthrough Part 5 "Off the Rails" No Commentary 1080p 60FPS
 
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Watch more Game Movies at http://www.gmdb.tv (Game Movie Database) During the game's introduction, an old woman is seen looking out her window, before she adjusts a picture of a baby and picking up a ball of yarn. As she proceeds upstairs, a lone ball of yarn rolls out of shot. Yarny, an anthropomorphic creature made of red yarn, and the game's protagonist, then walks into shot, and is visibly staring around in wonder of his environment. According to Sahlin, the yarn that makes up Yarny represents love, and that the character unravels as they travel away from what they love. Download our App here, or search for GLP in the App Stores: Android: http://tinyurl.com/n4w4qab Apple iOS: http://tinyurl.com/le24bqw Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/glplaygr0und Follow us on Twitter! http://twitter.com/glittlep Like us on Facebook! http://facebook.com/gLpLayground
Views: 3640 The Gaming Library
UNRAVEL Walkthrough Part 4 - Off the Rails
 
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Girl plays Unravel Walkthrough Gameplay Part 4 PS4 (1080p) with Facecam - Off the Rails Unravel is a puzzle platform video game developed by the Swedish company, Coldwood Interactive and published by Electronic Arts. The game centres on Yarny, a small anthropomorphic creature made of yarn whom the player navigates through the environment, utilizing the unraveling yarn which makes up Yarny to solve puzzles, avoid dangerous creatures, and traverse obstacles. Sahlin drew inspiration for the game after creating a Yarny doll out of tire wire and yarn during a family camping trip in northern Sweden. Here's the video where Martin Sahlin creates his sweet Yarny character if you want to create your own :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dN-3Lnpu9ys SUBSCRIBE if you don't want to miss any episodes from this series! Smash the THUMBS UP button if you liked the video and feel free to SHARE it with all your friends and family! Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/8BitesGaming Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/8BitesGaming Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/8BitesGaming
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