kobaltzPRO

Joined 7/18/2015
kobaltz PRO said 3 months ago:

It is just a different way to parse the JSON. If you wanted to reference the object, you could do it with something like version.object['first_name'] but I think that something like version.changed_object.first_name appears nicer. It is really just a preference.

kobaltz PRO said about 2 months ago:

You can check the docs for additional tags https://docs.gitlab.com/ce/ci/yaml/README.html#validate-the-gitlab-ciyml

Which also includes a validator at /ci/lint.

Alternatively, you can make a post request to the ApI

https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/api/lint.html

kobaltz PRO said about 1 month ago:

You could try to change the controller endpoint so it's not going to devise, but rather a user controller. So you wouldn't use the edit_user_registration_path in the view, but rather something like edit_user. With Devise, you may need to add something like bypass_sign_in(current_user) as it will sometimes log a user out on changes. So the edit action of the UsersController may look like this.

  def update
    if current_user.update_attributes(user_params)
      bypass_sign_in(current_user)
      if params[:user][:avatar].present?
        render :crop
      else
        redirect_to edit_user_path(current_user), notice: "Successfully updated user."
      end
    else
      render :edit
    end
  end

kobaltz PRO said about 1 month ago:

I've had a chance to look at this gem. Its documentation is pretty extensive which is always nice to see. I'll consider covering this gem in the future. One thing that I highly dislike about this gem is that it seems a lot more invasive in the models. It also has a lot of added complexity based on the documentation and I'm not convinced that it's necessary to accomplish what they're doing. Overall the gem does look pretty cool and for a large complex app, this may be a good fit.

kobaltz PRO said about 1 month ago:

Yea, I could do a video or blog post on how I set up my editor. It's overall fairly simple, but I do have some things that I do normally that others may not.

[email protected] PRO said about 1 month ago:

Thanks for your replay, before that completely video for blog post, can you share your configuration for now ?

Thanks again

kobaltz PRO said about 1 month ago:

I'm running VSCode with the following extensions and config

code-runner v0.9.3
code-settings-sync v2.9.2
erb v0.0.1
githistory v0.4.1
gitlens v8.3.3
gruvbox-themes v1.0.0
Ruby v0.18.0
ruby-rubocop v0.7.0
solargraph v0.17.4
sublime-keybindings v4.0.0
vscode-icons v7.23.0

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"vsicons.dontShowNewVersionMessage": true,
"workbench.colorTheme": "Gruvbox Dark (Medium)",
"editor.tabSize": 2,
"workbench.iconTheme": "vscode-icons",
"window.zoomLevel": 0,
"sublimeTextKeymap.promptV3Features": true,
"editor.multiCursorModifier": "ctrlCmd",
"editor.snippetSuggestions": "top",
"editor.formatOnPaste": true,
"sync.gist": "GISTIDHERE",
"sync.lastUpload": "2018-05-03T02:12:41.998Z",
"sync.autoDownload": false,
"sync.autoUpload": false,
"sync.lastDownload": "2018-05-11T13:58:20.284Z",
"sync.forceDownload": false,
"sync.anonymousGist": false,
"sync.host": "",
"sync.pathPrefix": "",
"sync.quietSync": false,
"sync.askGistName": false,
"workbench.activityBar.visible": true,
"explorer.confirmDelete": false,
"explorer.confirmDragAndDrop": false,
"extensions.ignoreRecommendations": false,
"gitlens.advanced.messages": {
"suppressCommitHasNoPreviousCommitWarning": true,
"suppressCommitNotFoundWarning": true,
"suppressFileNotUnderSourceControlWarning": true,
"suppressGitVersionWarning": true,
"suppressLineUncommittedWarning": true,
"suppressNoRepositoryWarning": true,
"suppressResultsExplorerNotice": false,
"suppressShowKeyBindingsNotice": true,
"suppressUpdateNotice": false,
"suppressWelcomeNotice": true
},
"files.associations": {
"*.html.erb": "erb"
},
"sync.removeExtensions": true,
"sync.syncExtensions": true,
"gitlens.keymap": "chorded",
"gitlens.historyExplorer.enabled": true,
"workbench.startupEditor": "newUntitledFile"
}

[email protected] PRO said about 1 month ago:

I've already use that , thanks

kobaltz PRO said about 1 month ago:

I'm running VSCode with the following extensions and config

code-runner v0.9.3
code-settings-sync v2.9.2
erb v0.0.1
githistory v0.4.1
gitlens v8.3.3
gruvbox-themes v1.0.0
Ruby v0.18.0
ruby-rubocop v0.7.0
solargraph v0.17.4
sublime-keybindings v4.0.0
vscode-icons v7.23.0

{
"vsicons.dontShowNewVersionMessage": true,
"workbench.colorTheme": "Gruvbox Dark (Medium)",
"editor.tabSize": 2,
"workbench.iconTheme": "vscode-icons",
"window.zoomLevel": 0,
"sublimeTextKeymap.promptV3Features": true,
"editor.multiCursorModifier": "ctrlCmd",
"editor.snippetSuggestions": "top",
"editor.formatOnPaste": true,
"sync.gist": "GISTIDHERE",
"sync.lastUpload": "2018-05-03T02:12:41.998Z",
"sync.autoDownload": false,
"sync.autoUpload": false,
"sync.lastDownload": "2018-05-11T13:58:20.284Z",
"sync.forceDownload": false,
"sync.anonymousGist": false,
"sync.host": "",
"sync.pathPrefix": "",
"sync.quietSync": false,
"sync.askGistName": false,
"workbench.activityBar.visible": true,
"explorer.confirmDelete": false,
"explorer.confirmDragAndDrop": false,
"extensions.ignoreRecommendations": false,
"gitlens.advanced.messages": {
"suppressCommitHasNoPreviousCommitWarning": true,
"suppressCommitNotFoundWarning": true,
"suppressFileNotUnderSourceControlWarning": true,
"suppressGitVersionWarning": true,
"suppressLineUncommittedWarning": true,
"suppressNoRepositoryWarning": true,
"suppressResultsExplorerNotice": false,
"suppressShowKeyBindingsNotice": true,
"suppressUpdateNotice": false,
"suppressWelcomeNotice": true
},
"files.associations": {
"*.html.erb": "erb"
},
"sync.removeExtensions": true,
"sync.syncExtensions": true,
"gitlens.keymap": "chorded",
"gitlens.historyExplorer.enabled": true,
"workbench.startupEditor": "newUntitledFile"
}

[email protected] PRO said about 1 month ago:

I've already use that , thanks

kobaltz PRO said about 1 month ago:

In this situation, the developers must have access to the master key which would expose production secrets to more people than necessary. This of course depends on the layout of the R&D team. If it is a solo developer working on a personal project then the exposure is obviously limited. However, in a larger setting, often the developers will not have access nor the secrets to the production environment.

mcfoton said about 1 month ago:

Got it, thanks!

kobaltz PRO said 16 days ago:

I have been considering to do something like this even though it is outside of the scope of Ruby. What are peoples' thoughts? Android or iOS example?

kobaltz PRO said 9 days ago:

very good point

kobaltz PRO said 5 days ago:

See if this episode helps out. It uses devise and the knock gem for JWT authentication.

https://www.driftingruby.com/episodes/rails-api-authentication-with-jwt