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In this episode, we take a look at some tips and tricks around the database schema and model scopes.
In this episode, we look at combining Rails UJS, nested routes, scopes and StimulusJS. A deep dive from the beginning to completion of multiple select boxes changing based on their selections.
Callbacks are great for quickly tapping into the object life cycle. However, after a model or an application grows, it will become harder to maintain over time. It is better to extract the responsibility and separate the logic.
In this episode, we look into creating a blockchain as well as proof of work for car maintenance tracker application. Blockchain is used to establish a trust that records have not been tampered with.
Sometimes our models get so large that they become unmaintainable. In this episode, we look at how we can slim down the size of the models without losing functionality.
Create dynamic roles that can be assigned to users. Based on the assigned role, the user will be able to perform or view various parts of the application.
In this episode, we build our associations and organize our mathematical business logic.
In this episode, we look at 3 different ways of importing data into a Rails application; each having their own use cases, drawbacks and benefits.
Abstract super class that provides a thread-isolated attributes singleton, which resets automatically before and after each request. This allows you to keep all the per-request attributes easily available to the whole system.
Using polymorphic associations, we can have comments assigned to a post as well as comments assigned to other comments.