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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.
Store multiple attributes and values using a text column. Not for everyday use, but has situations where it can save on the number of columns and/or models needed to accomplish a task.
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.
Wouldn't it be awesome if ActiveRecord didn't make you think about eager loading and it just did the "right" thing by default? With Goldiloader it can!
Keeping client data protected is important, but once an attribute is encrypted, it becomes difficult to work with it. With Blind Index, we regain functionality on searching and validations.
Part I - In this episode, we create our authentication for users, default view for authenticated users, friendship model, associations and scopes for our social media application.
Using polymorphic associations, we can have comments assigned to a post as well as comments assigned to other comments.
In this episode we create a referral system with permanent links. Users can sign up with referral links which tracks the relationship between the referer and the person referred.
The Null Object Pattern is an old but good pattern that can help reduce complexity in our applications. In this episode, we'll look at a few different examples.