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Geocoding, Places and Maps

Episode #84 6-11-2017 free

Using the Geocoder gem and Google APIs, learn how to add some geolocation functionality to your application.

Dependent Form Fields

Episode #17 9-2-2015 free

Using unobtrusive javascript, we can hide certain fields on forms based on the selected values of other fields.

Plotting Points on a Map from Scratch

Episode #86 6-25-2017 free

Using the Google Maps Javascript API, learn how to plot markers onto a map. Load markers and info windows through AJAX calls to your Rails JSON API.

Autocomplete with HTML Results

Episode #83 6-4-2017 free

Working with an autocomplete can be very simple. However, things get complicated when you try to use HTML markup in the displayed results. Learn how to use HTML markup within your autocomplete results!

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.

Inline Editing Records

Episode #191 6-2-2019 free

Using Rails UJS, we create an interactive row editing solution without using any kind of Javascript frameworks.

Not RJS and Turbolinks

Episode #20 11-9-2015 free

Using Javascript responses, we can make our Rails application have a quick and responsive Single Page Application feel to it.

Not RJS and Turbolinks - Part 2

Episode #21 11-25-2015 free

A continuation from Episode 20 where we explore rendering the user's edit pages in a modal on a per request basis. Instead of rendering all modals for the users in the index, we will request them using remote javascript.

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.

React Native and Ruby on Rails API Only Applications

Episode #174 2-24-2019 pro

In this episode, we look at building a React Native application from scratch and tie it to a Ruby on Rails API application. Using the iOS Simulator, we test out the connectivity between the two applications.