Episodes

More on Stripe and Subscriptions

Episode #115 1-21-2018 pro

In our previous episode, we looked at setting up our application to create Stripe Subscriptions. In this episode, we will look at managing the Subscriptions and working with cancelling and resubscribing to a subscription.

Observer Patterns

Episode #141 7-8-2018 pro

The Observer pattern (also known as publish/subscribe) provides a simple mechanism for one object to inform a set of interested third-party objects when its state changes.

Search Encrypted Attributes with Blind Index

Episode #139 6-24-2018 pro

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.

More on GraphQL - Organizing and Refactoring

Episode #122 2-25-2018 pro

In this episode, we take a look at our GraphQL API that we created from Episode 119 and refactor the mutations and queries so that we keep the structure and API manageable.

Introduction to GraphQL

Episode #119 2-11-2018 pro

GraphQL is a query language for your API. In this episode, we will look at adding GraphQL to our Ruby on Rails application and seeing how we can pull down data and create records.

Blockchain in Ruby on Rails

Episode #128 4-8-2018 pro

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.

More on Stripe and Webhooks

Episode #116 1-21-2018 pro

Continuing from Episode 114 and Episode 115, we look into adding listeners to Stripe's webhooks for tracking events occurring with customers, subscriptions and charges.

Deleting and Undeleting with Paranoia

Episode #19 10-7-2015 free

When your app is using Paranoia, calling destroy on an ActiveRecord object doesn't actually destroy the database record, but just hides it.

Fragment Caching

Episode #24 4-14-2016 free

Make your application faster by leveraging memory and caching fragments of your view.

Meta Tags

Episode #26 4-25-2016 free

Adding Meta Tags to your website is important for SEO ranking and content display. Learn how to easily add meta tags to your Ruby on Rails application.