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kobaltz PRO said over 3 years ago on Searchkick & elastic search :
I definitely have this on my list of upcoming episodes. Stay tuned! The next episode(s), I'm planning on covering sidekiq, but searchkick will soon follow.

kobaltz PRO said over 3 years ago on Rails API - Authentication with JWT :

It looks like it was from where the TokenController was getting parsed.

https://github.com/nsarno/knock/commit/ed467d1e3e70dde5b4a367ac1b73dcf48ae4cebb


kobaltz PRO said over 3 years ago on Redis Basics :

Thanks! Show Notes have been corrected.


kobaltz PRO said over 3 years ago on Redis Basics :

I'll usually use the same database but different namespaces. However, I will put services on their own database. For example, if I were using Redis for caching as well as storing the User Sessions, I would put caching on db 0 and the sessions on db 1. This makes it easier to flush all of the stored cache without wiping out the user sessions (or vice versa).


kobaltz PRO said over 3 years ago on Redis Basics :

It looks like you may have created a Rails app called Redis. This could be causing a conflict with the gem. You should think of Redis as a reserved name.