Episodes

FullCalendar Events and Scheduling

Episode #42 8-14-2016 free

Learn how to incorporate FullCalendar into your Ruby on Rails application with listing and creating events. Using unobtrusive javascript, we can create a fast interactive calendar.

Using Action Text in a Rails 5.2 Application

Episode #167 1-6-2019 free CC

With Rails 6.0 is around the corner, Action Text has been merged into the Rails repository. However, it can still be used on a Rails 5.2 application while we wait for its official release.

DataTables

Episode #82 5-29-2017 free

The DataTables Javascript library creates a powerful display of your application's data. Some of the features include pagination, server side processing, sorting and search.

WYSIWYG Editor with Trix

Episode #28 5-9-2016 free

Compose beautifully formatted text in your web application. Trix is a WYSIWYG editor for writing messages, comments, articles, and lists.

Page Specific Javascript in Ruby on Rails

Episode #74 4-2-2017 free

Sometimes you may find yourself with an application that has javascript that needs to execute only on a specific page. This episode lays the foundation to easily manage page specific javascript.

Drag and Drop with Interact.js

Episode #75 4-9-2017 free

Using Interact.js to create draggable and droppable items in our view, we can use AJAX callbacks on events to interact with our Ruby on Rails application. Also, learn how to use Ruby Assets to manage our Javascript Libraries.

Recurring Events with FullCalendar

Episode #94 8-20-2017 free

Create recurring events and interact with them on FullCalendar.

Decoding and Interacting with Barcodes

Episode #67 2-12-2017 free

Using the QuaggaJS Library, learn how to scan and decode barcodes with your Ruby on Rails application. Using provided callbacks, interact with controller actions to provide a seamless experience.

WYSIWYG Editor with Summernote

Episode #27 5-2-2016 free

Integrate Summernote WYSIWYG Editor into your application. Learn how to use AJAX callbacks to filestore your images instead of database Base64.

Client Side Validations

Episode #32 6-6-2016 free

Give early warning to users of form errors before they submit. With client side validations, the user can correct any errors prior to submitting the form.