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Active Record Cookbook & Making Bomb Rails Apps

December 16, 2022 0:40:16 77.33 MB Downloads: 0

[00:02:16] Jason shares a story of Chris Seaton when he was on an earlier episode of a Remote Ruby Podcast.

[00:03:34] Another Hanami livestream was done by Jason that you can check out now, and he tells us how they modified a Changeset to use bcrypt to encrypt a password.

[00:07:56] Chris recommends checking out Advent of Code with CJ Avilla on YouTube.  Also, the guys share thoughts on the fear of rejection and the benefits of teaching, learning, and people learning with you when you may not know all the answers. 

[00:10:53] Find out about the Active Record Cookbook Jason’s been working on. 

[00:21:31] Jason talks about putting on the finishing functionality on their Tiptap Editor and the mechanism they have to come up with.

[00:24:47] Chris gives a shout out to Konnor for releasing Rhino Editor v0.0.2 and tells us what it does. 

[00:28:21] Chris tweeted a Hotwire thing recently and he tells us the backstory and his goal to put a turbo frame around the reply button. 

[00:30:18] Andrew explains doing something really cool with the custom turbo stream action and does a shout-out to his co-worker Mario for coming up with the idea, and Chris brings up the original demo of chat room that DHH released when Hotwire came out and what happened. 

[00:35:14] Jason announces that he got Andrea to start loving React now, and Andrew rolls his eyes because Jason is about to reveal why React is sooo good! 


[00:37:02] We learn that this week Jason has written pure CSS and Andrew overwrote bootstrap classes this week.


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