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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.

Polling with StimulusJS

Episode #211 10-13-2019 pro

Sometimes an old techniques with a modern twist can not only solve the problems at hand, but can also simplify the application's architecture.

Reactive Applications with Stimulus Reflex

Episode #209 9-29-2019 pro

Create Reactive and Single Page Application like with no javascript or with Stimulus Controllers.

Client Side Validation with StimulusJS

Episode #207 9-15-2019 pro

Give clients quick feedback on form validation errors with ValidateJS and StimulusJS.

Creating and Publishing a Stimulus Controller Library

Episode #206 9-8-2019 pro

In this episode, we create a public StimulusJS Controller and publish it to NPM to that it can be shared and reused in other applications.

Realtime Client Updates from Background Jobs with Stimulus

Episode #190 5-26-2019 pro

Using RailsUJS, ActiveJob, ActionCable and Stimulus, we create a realtime feedback for background jobs running to provide a better user experience.

Saving Individual Attributes with StimulusJS

Episode #189 5-19-2019 pro

In this episode, we take a look at recreating a feature on Zoom's setting page where clicking a check box automatically saves the changed setting.

Deeper Dive into StimulusJS

Episode #152 9-23-2018 pro

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.

Stimulus Javascript Framework

Episode #112 12-31-2017 pro

Used at Basecamp for some time, and recently open sourced to the public, Stimulus is a small Javascript Framework used to manipulate existing DOM elements on the page. This episode, we will dive into interacting with Stimulus and setting it up in a new Ruby on Rails application.