Validation of files that are uploaded can provide a better user experience as it sets the expectations of what kinds of files, their sizes and if they're even required. In this episode, we'll look at creating different types of validators for Active Storage.
In this episode, we take a new approach to the python service that our Rails background jobs will be calling. This is a more stable and thread safe approach and more simple to implement. We'll look at creating a Text to Image generation service that our Rails application will interact with.
The View Transition API makes it easy to change the DOM in a single step, while creating an animated transition between the two states. Currently, it's available in Chrome 111 and Microsoft Edge. In this episode, we'll create a stimulus controller to interact with this new UX.
In this episode, we look at setting up a Rails 7 API (only) application and create our own authentication solution. We'll also write the tests around the different controller endpoints that we create to make sure that we have good test coverage and functionality.
In this episode, we look at creating an audio transcription service which allows files uploaded from Active Storage to be transcribed with Artificial Intelligence. However, there are a lot of considerations around the approach from both a performance and thread safety perspectives.
Progressive Web Apps are about to get a huge bump in functionality on iOS devices. Starting in iOS 16.4, we will be able to receive push notifications natively on our iOS devices from our Ruby on Rails PWA. In this episode, we explore creating push notifications from scratch without the need of a Google or Apple developer account.