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Audio Streaming with Active Storage

Episode #233 3-15-2020 pro

Using StimulusJS and Active Storage, create a simple Audio Streaming service where users can play and stream audio content.

Adaptive Bitrate Streaming with Active Storage

Episode #232 3-8-2020 pro

Adaptive streaming allows the video provider to create a different video for each of the screen sizes (or devices) that he or she wishes to target. In this episode, we look at converting our Progressive Video Streams into Adaptive Bitrate Streams and serving it through Active Storage.

Streaming Videos with Active Storage

Episode #230 2-23-2020 pro

Video.js is a web video player built from the ground up for an HTML5 world. Learn how to use it with StimulusJS and Active Storage to deliver video content from your Ruby on Rails application.

Action Text Mentions and Notifications

Episode #229 2-16-2020 pro

In this episode, learn how to configure user mentions in Action Text with TributeJS and notify users whenever they are mentioned.

API Structure and Error Handling

Episode #228 2-9-2020 pro

We look at consistency in a Rails API structure and handling errors.

In Depth with Docker Compose

Episode #226 1-26-2020 pro

A deep dive into using Docker to streamline your Ruby on Rails 6 development environment.

From Devise to Auth0

Episode #225 1-19-2020 pro

Continuing from the previous episode, we look at the transition process from Devise to Auth0.

OmniAuth Authentication with Auth0

Episode #224 1-12-2020 pro

In this episode, we look at setting up a fresh application with Auth0 and mimic a lot of the commonly used Devise methods to make a transition from Devise to only Auth0 easier.

Setting Up and Testing OmniAuth

Episode #222 12-29-2019 pro

In this episode, we look at creating a Ruby on Rails application with OmniAuth as the authentication solution and write tests to ensure that it works properly.

Minitest and Test Driven Development

Episode #221 12-22-2019 pro

We continue from Episode 220 and add additional features and write tests for existing code. We look at introduced bugs and how test driven development can help to not only fix the bugs, but strengthen our test suite.