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kobaltz PRO said 7 days ago on Ruby Objects and Memoization :
  Jeffrey Soong  You really don't need the instance methods in that example, It can be done at the class level. If I were to go back and redo this episode, I would leave any class level qualifying methods out of instance level methods. 

kobaltz PRO said 7 days ago on State Machines with AASM :
One thought, let's say you have a very complicated application (think ERP) and you have an onboarding wizard. This can take some companies a long time to complete and things need to happen in a certain order. As some stages are completed, a lot of background API calls are made and data is synchronized. Using State Machines may be a viable solution in these kinds of scenarios.

kobaltz PRO said 3 days ago on Audio Streaming with Active Storage :
  almokhtarbekkour I would say that it’s possible. SoundWave gives enough flexibility with its APIs but is somewhat limited on the customization. For a true customization, Howler is pretty powerful. However, you would basically be building your own custom UI for it.

https://howlerjs.com/

howler.js - JavaScript audio library for the modern web

howler.js makes working with audio in JavaScript easy and reliable across all platforms.

https://howlerjs.com/


kobaltz PRO said about 18 hours ago on Adaptive Bitrate Streaming with Active Storage :
I did run into an issue recently where the quality selector no longer worked. I ended up having to do this.

import contribQualityLevels from 'videojs-contrib-quality-levels'

videojs.registerPlugin('qualityLevels', contribQualityLevels)