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Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS)

Episode #254 8-9-2020 pro

Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) is a mechanism that uses additional HTTP headers to tell browsers to give a web application running at one origin, access to selected resources from a different origin.

FullCalendar with StimulusJS

Episode #250 7-12-2020 pro

FullCalendar still remains to be one of the best Javascript calendar libraries and with the power of StimulusJS, it is easier than ever to interact with. In this episode, we look at implementing the latest version of FullCalendar (v5) in our Ruby on Rails application.

Video Chat with WebRTC

Episode #246 6-14-2020 pro

Using ActionCable and StimulusJS, we can create a Zoom-like video chat functionality where chat rooms can share live audio and video streams.

Google Maps API with StimulusJS

Episode #236 4-5-2020 free

Add unobtrusive maps to your application using StimulusJS to tie in Google Maps Javascript API and Places API.

Adaptive Bitrate Streaming with Active Storage

Episode #232 3-8-2020 pro

Adaptive streaming allows the video provider to create a different video for each of the screen sizes (or devices) that he or she wishes to target. In this episode, we look at converting our Progressive Video Streams into Adaptive Bitrate Streams and serving it through Active Storage.

Syntax Highlighting with Action Text

Episode #231 3-1-2020 free

Set up Action Text with client side Syntax Highlighting using Highlight.js.

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.

From jQuery to ES6

Episode #218 12-1-2019 free

jQuery has been a great tool for many years, but we've seen a transition in the past years where applications have dropped jQuery and moved to vanilla javascript. In this episode, we look at some common jQuery examples and the ES6 equivalencies.

Progressive Web Applications

Episode #212 10-20-2019 pro

Progressive Web Applications (PWA) are web applications that are regular web pages or websites, but can appear to the user like traditional applications or native mobile applications. In this episode, we add this functionality to a Rails 6 application.