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[JA] Improve Ruby coding style rules and Lint / Koichi ITO @koic
 
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This talk describes improving a Ruby coding style rules and Lint when using RuboCop. Opportunities for using static analysis tools to unify coding style within a repository are not uncommon. However, the real world is not unified by the sole coding rule . Even so, we can approach the coding rule that we think is better. I'd like to talk about that in this topic. RubyKaigi 2018 https://rubykaigi.org/2018/presentations/koic
Views: 153 RubyKaigi
Writing Ruby Like it's 2018
 
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These days new Ruby releases are regarded with less and less fanfare. We rejoiced at all the new features and support of Ruby 1.9 and 2.0! Since then, we've become a bit jaded: "Refinements? Yeah, they're OK." "Immutable String pragma? Yawn!" "yield_self? Don't we already have tap? In fact, Ruby has delivered in myriad ways over the last several releases. From more support for functional-style programming to vast speed improvements, the Ruby core team is firing on all cylinders. Let's talk about what's been done, what's on the horizon, and get excited about programming Ruby again! EVENT: GORUCO 2018 SPEAKER: Joe Leo PERMISSIONS: Original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed). CREDITS: Original video source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjR3GU0-vpc&t=341s
Views: 8659 Coding Tech
10 Tips For Clean Code
 
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What is the clean code? In this talk the speaker will provide some answers to this question, and introduce you to 10 good habits that will help keep your code clean. EVENT: Wordcamp US, 2016 SPEAKER: Michael Toppa CREDITS: This is a repost of the original video published on WordPress YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpJf6LGZ0a4n9Lj4aVt9spg), which was uploaded with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed). ORIGINAL SOURCE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ls4iAtOCH8g
Views: 355711 Coding Tech
Ruby Midwest 2013 Functional Principles for OO Development by Jessica Kerr
 
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So you consider yourself an Object Oriented developer? Ruby isn't limited to an OO style! See what functional programming can do for us, without learning any new language. These six principles of functional style apply in OO code. Some of these principles you already use; some express patterns old and new; all give us different ways of thinking about problems. Developers without expertise in functional programming will find new techniques for thinking and coding in Ruby. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/FGbj/
Views: 7100 Confreaks
RubyConf 2018 - Building Generic Software by Chris Salzberg
 
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RubyConf 2018 - Building Generic Software by Chris Salzberg As engineers, most of the software we build is built for a specific purpose. Whether to serve web pages or solve math equations, that purpose makes our code meaningful and easy to comprehend. But under the hood, it is generic software - software that solves whole classes of problems at once - that powers our applications. Ruby has one of the most vibrant ecosystems of such software, but good luck studying its design principles in any tutorial or coding school. Instead, join me for a dive into this mysterious, hidden world, and learn to contribute where it counts: at the root of the problem
Views: 2830 Confreaks
Clean Code: Learn to write clean, maintainable and robust code
 
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๐Ÿ”ฅGet the COMPLETE course (60% OFF - LIMITED TIME): http://bit.ly/2s3qkxn Clean Code: Learn to write clean, maintainable and robust code. In this video, I take a poorly-written piece of code and refactor in a step-by-step fashion. I also teach you some productivity tips along the way that helps you write code fast with Visual Studio. My blog http://www.programmingwithmosh.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/programmingw... Twitter https://twitter.com/moshhamedani
Views: 270405 Programming with Mosh
Rails Admin Interfaces with ActiveAdmin
 
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Views: 25421 GoRails
kottans.org | ruby 2016 | kharkiv#2 | enumerable and functional style
 
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Views: 246 Petro Koriakin
Make an instagram like site in under 30 minutes! (Ruby on Rails)
 
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Wanna learn to code? http://beginnerprogrammers.nyc Bootcamps and Workshops availabe http://meetup.com/beginnerprogrammers
Views: 119694 Beginner Programmers
Coding Interview Question: Build an ATM Dispensing Method in Ruby
 
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This guide walks through how to build out the common Ruby coding interview question: how to build out an ATM dispensing method. Instructions and code: https://www.crondose.com/2017/03/build-atm-dispensing-method-ruby/ Follow me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/jordanhudgens Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jordanhudgens/ GitHub: http://github.com/jordanhudgens Real World Usage: This exercise is a very popular Ruby coding interview question. This will test your knowledge of several mathematical methods along with how you can combine multiple functional programming concepts.
Views: 670 edutechional
Effective Coding: Don't Repeat Yourself
 
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Jesse gives a detailed overview on an important programming principle: Don't Repeat Yourself. More information can be found in the blog article: http://tacticstudios.blogspot.ca/2015/07/effective-coding-dont-repeat-yourself.html Applicable to: Game programming and generalized programming Tactic: http://www.tacticstudios.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TacticStudios
Views: 3569 Tactic Studios
Evolution of ruby-style-guide (Gource Visualization) [06-23-2018]
 
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Gource visualization of ruby-style-guide (https://github.com/rubocop-hq/ruby-style-guide) [06-23-2018]. A community-driven Ruby coding style guide This visualization was generated with the following command: gource --path path/to/repo --seconds-per-day 0.15 --title "ruby-style-guide" -1280x720 --file-idle-time 0 --auto-skip-seconds 0.75 --multi-sampling --stop-at-end --highlight-users --hide filenames,mouse,progress,bloom --max-files 0 --background-colour 000000 --font-size 24 --output-ppm-stream - --output-framerate 30 -o - | ffmpeg -y -r 60 -f image2pipe -vcodec ppm -i - -i path/to/music.mp3 -shortest -vcodec libx264 -preset ultrafast -pix_fmt yuv420p -crf 1 -threads 0 -bf 0 path/to/output.mp4 Installation (OS X): brew install gource brew install ffmpeg More information: http://gource.io/ https://github.com/acaudwell/Gource Why make this visualization? - I'm studying how popular projects evolve Music: Song: Deep Hat Artist: Vibe Tracks Source: YouTube Audio Library (Free Music) ---
Views: 4 Landon Wilkins
Evolution of ruby-style-guide (Gource Visualization) [10-31-2017]
 
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Gource visualization of ruby-style-guide (https://github.com/bbatsov/ruby-style-guide) [10-31-2017]. A community-driven Ruby coding style guide This visualization was generated with the following command: gource --path path/to/repo --seconds-per-day 0.15 --title "ruby-style-guide" -1280x720 --file-idle-time 0 --auto-skip-seconds 0.75 --multi-sampling --stop-at-end --highlight-users --hide filenames,mouse,progress --max-files 0 --background-colour 000000 --disable-bloom --font-size 24 --output-ppm-stream - --output-framerate 30 -o - | ffmpeg -y -r 60 -f image2pipe -vcodec ppm -i - -i path/to/music.mp3 -shortest -vcodec libx264 -preset ultrafast -pix_fmt yuv420p -crf 1 -threads 0 -bf 0 path/to/output.mp4 Installation (OS X): brew install gource brew install ffmpeg More information: http://gource.io/ https://github.com/acaudwell/Gource Why make this visualization? - I'm studying how popular projects evolve Music: Song: Deep Hat Artist: Vibe Tracks Source: YouTube Audio Library (Free Music) ---
Views: 4 Landon Wilkins
Evolution of ruby-style-guide (Gource Visualization)
 
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Gource visualization of ruby-style-guide (https://github.com/arbox/ruby-style-guide). :blue_book: Russian Version: A community-driven Ruby coding style guide. This visualization was generated with the following command: gource \ --path path/to/repo \ --seconds-per-day 0.15 \ --title "ruby-style-guide" \ -1280x720 \ --file-idle-time 0 \ --auto-skip-seconds 0.75 \ --multi-sampling \ --stop-at-end \ --highlight-users \ --hide filenames,mouse,progress \ --max-files 0 \ --background-colour 000000 \ --disable-bloom \ --font-size 24 \ --output-ppm-stream - \ --output-framerate 30 \ -o - \ | ffmpeg \ -y \ -r 60 \ -f image2pipe \ -vcodec ppm \ -i - \ -vcodec libx264 \ -preset ultrafast \ -pix_fmt yuv420p \ -crf 1 \ -threads 0 \ -bf 0 \ path/to/output.mp4 Installation (OS X): brew install gource brew install ffmpeg More information: http://gource.io/ https://github.com/acaudwell/Gource Why make this visualization? - I'm studying how popular projects evolve
Views: 5 Landon Wilkins
Ruby Conf 12 - Y Not- Adventures in Functional Programming by Jim Weirich
 
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One of the deepest mysteries in the functional programming world is the Y-Combinator. Many have heard of it, but few have mastered its mysteries. Although fairly useless in real world software, understanding how the Y-Combinator works and why it is important gives the student an important insight into the nature of functional programming. Join with us on this journey of understanding. Be prepared to curry your functions and bind your lambdas as we delve into the whys and wherefores of this paragon of functional programming. Although you will probably never have a need for the combinator, the effort put forth to understand it will improve your functional programming chops. This talk is not for the faint of heart, but the successful student will be richly rewarded. Also, you will understand why "Y-Combinator" is the perfect name for Paul Graham's start-up funding company. At the end of his talk Jim references Tom Stuart's talk "Programming with Nothing" which can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUhlNx_-wYk Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/FGer/
Views: 48992 Confreaks
My Code Editor: Atom, Setup & Packages
 
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I've gotten this question so much lately that it's time to make a video about it. Let's look at my current favorite code editor, my setup and packages that I use. - - - This video was sponsored by the DevTips Patron Community - https://www.patreon.com/DevTips Listen to Travis' Podcast - http://www.travandlos.com/ Get awesomeness emailed to you every thursday - http://travisneilson.com/notes You should follow DevTips on Twitter - https://twitter.com/DevTipsShow
Views: 661329 DevTips
RubyConf 2010 - So You Think You Can Code?
 
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by: Aaron Patterson, Ben Bleything, Evan Phoenix, John Barnette, Rein Henrichs, Yossef Mendelssohn This session is a panel featuring some of today's brightest -- and most opinionated -- Ruby personalities, moderated by Rein Henrichs. Topics up for debate include coding style, various patterns and anti-patterns (depending on who you ask), the state of the Ruby community, and any other contentious issues we can think of. Or, in the words of panel member Evan Phoenix: "Five jerks on stage with alcohol and topics they don't agree on". Come for a laugh but be prepared to learn something. Questions welcome. Panel members: The inimitable Evan Phoenix, the unspellable Yossef Mendelssohn, the indefatigable John Barnette, the unorthodox Aaron Patterson, and the antidisestablishmentarianist Ben Bleything.
Views: 74 Confreaks
Ruby On Rails In 60 Minutes
 
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In this video we will cover all of the fundamentals of the Ruby on Rails framework by building a blog application with comment functionality Routes Controllers Models Views Resources Relationships Database Migrations Basic Ruby Code RAILS PROJECTS COURSE - https://www.eduonix.com/affiliates/id/16-10051 LEARN RAILS FROM SCRATCH - https://www.eduonix.com/affiliates/id/16-10055 SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL WITH A CUP OF COFFEE PER MONTH: http://www.patreon.com/traversymedia ONE TIME DONATIONS: http://www.paypal.me/traversymedia
Views: 302042 Traversy Media
Coding 101 68: Ruby on Rails part 4
 
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Host: Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ and Lou Maresca Lou has the best practices for Programming and code review, and Carlos joins us for Ruby on Rails part 4 of 4. Guest: Carlos Souza
Views: 1168 Coding 101
Transforming Code into Beautiful, Idiomatic Python
 
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Raymond Hettinger Learn to take better advantage of Python's best features and improve existing code through a series of code transformations, "When you see this, do that instead."
Views: 547064 Next Day Video
Mastering Ruby Blocks Video Course: Block Basics
 
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To be an effective Ruby programmer, you must master one of its most powerful features: blocks. Theyโ€™re a key aspect to getting the most out of the Ruby standard library and a hallmark of well-designed Ruby code. The first step to blocks mastery is learning both the syntax and style of writing a block. This primer video lays the foundation for the rest of the online course, available at https://pragmaticstudio.com/ruby-blocks
Views: 7674 The Pragmatic Studio
Ruby on Rails - Railscasts #284 Active Admin
 
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Active Admin allows you to quickly build an admin interface with just a few commands. Not only does it look great, but it is very customizable as shown in this episode.
Views: 9144 Railscasts Reloaded
Learn Game Programming with Ruby: Bring Your Ideas to Life with Gosu
 
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Level up your programming skills while making fast-paced, arcade-style video games. Make enemy spaceships explode in balls of fire, and escape from a pit while dodging falling boulders. Youโ€™ll use the fun and approachable Ruby programming language and the Gosu 2D game library, which makes making games a breeze. Gain the skills and techniques you need to bring your own video game ideas to life with moving images and thumping sounds.
Views: 17156 PragProg
I'm Making a Ruby on Rails Course!  ๐Ÿ’Ž๐Ÿš†
 
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Hi, My name is Andy Leverenz and I work as a Product Designer at Dribbble. For fun, I design, code, and write. Check out my blog called Web-Crunch https://web-crunch.com where I publish design and development tutorials with the occasional vlog. ==================== I'm beyond excited to share the news that I am making a Ruby on Rails course called Hello Rails! https://hellorails.io The course has a dedicated landing page covering all of the details surrounding the course with many more to come. I wanted to publish a vlog/behind the scenes reasoning for the course and how it could benefit you if you're interested in learning the vast framework. ### Some background Ruby on Rails has been a big part of my professional life for over 2 two years now. I reached for the framework in an effort to build out an idea I had for a side project called Affinicasts. The application featured videos and courses around the Affinity-Serif platform. Sadly, I decided to go in a different direction and sunset Affinicasts as a result. While Affinicasts took tons of effort, I learned so much about Ruby on Rails. In an effort to learn even more I started creating tutorials or "Let's Builds" as I like to call them on my YouTube channel. That got increased interest from people all over the world. My channel's subscriber count quickly grew as a result (and is still growing). The tutorials on my YouTube channel covered both basic and advanced concepts a developer might run into when building their own apps. As I authored more tutorials I noticed each lack the concept of building a complete app and shipping it to a production server step-by-step. My course Hello Rails is my answer to that void. I would describe my own teaching style as rather thorough. I don't like to skip important steps of the process as I know someone new to the process wouldn't know some of the conventions or patterns I know. This is true even if it takes more time and effort. As a result, I wanted to make the course about using Ruby on Rails to build a full-featured web application from scratch that we actually ship to a production server. The course consists of a book version and a complete video version. I have already finished the book version and am in the beginning phases of the video recording process as I write this. I'm so excited to share it with you when it's complete. ### Get notified If you would like to get notified when it's live head to the course landing page linked below and share your email with me so I can notify via email when it's ready. They'll be a discount in it for you if you do ;). You can also follow me https://twitter.com/justalever or the course page https://twitter.com/hello_rails on twitter! ==================== ๐Ÿ“ฐ Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/webcrunchblog?sub_confirmation=1 ๐Ÿ’Ž๐Ÿ›ค NEW COURSE: HELLO RAILS - Get notified Https://hellorails.io ๐Ÿ’ป Check out the blog: https://web-crunch.com ๐Ÿฆ„ Check out my personal site: https://justalever.com ๐Ÿš€ Links: Newsletter: https://web-crunch.com/subscribe Twitter: https://twitter.com/webcrunchblog Twitter(Personal Account): https://twitter.com/justalever Facebook: https://facebook.com/webcrunchblog Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/justalever Github: https://github.com/justalever Medium: https://medium.com/the-web-crunch-publication ๐Ÿ“˜Check out my book on UX Design: "LUXD: Learn User Experience Design" https://web-crunch.com/books/luxd ๐Ÿ“™ Check out my FREE book on Tumblr Theming: "Pro Tumblr Theming" https://web-crunch.com/books/ptt ๐Ÿ’ฏ Need awesome web hosting? Check out cloudways. They allow me to use a variety of hosting providers and build apps with ease: http://bit.ly/webcrunchhosting ๐ŸŒŠ Need more advanced hosting for Rails, PHP, Node, or other projects? Digital Ocean has you covered. https://m.do.co/c/ee243ee15648 ๐Ÿ’Ž Ruby on Rails devs, Try HatchBox.io. You'll save upwards of 50% compared to Heroku. I use it and love it! https://hatchbox.io/?via=andy โ˜•๏ธ ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป Patreon https://www.patreon.com/webcrunch โ˜•๏ธ Or buy me a coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/webcrunch
Views: 1062 Web-Crunch
How to Use ActionText in Rails 6
 
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Views: 1735 GoRails
MountainWest RubyConf 2014 - But Really, You Should Learn Smalltalk
 
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By Noel Rappin Smalltalk has mystique. We talk about it more than we use it. It seems like it should be so similar to Ruby. It has similar Object-Oriented structures, it even has blocks. But everything is so slightly different, from the programming environment, to the 1-based arrays, to the simple syntax. Using Smalltalk will make you look at familiar constructs with new eyes. We'll show you how to get started on Smalltalk, and walk through some sample code. Live coding may be involved. You'll never look at objects the same way again. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/FG2V/
Views: 13255 Confreaks
Let's Build: A Twitter Clone With Ruby on Rails - Part 1
 
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Hi, My name is Andy Leverenz. I design, code, and am an author of things. Check out my blog Web-Crunch https://web-crunch.com๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿป ====== Welcome to our next Let's Build! This build introduces a well known social media giant Twitter into the mix as inspiration for the project. We will be creating a knock-off of sorts called Twittter. This app will most notably demonstrate a user role system giving your web application and native application feel all within the browser. I'll be going a bit faster than the previous build as it was more of a foundational exercise where I explained common concepts revolving around the Ruby on Rails ecosystem. We'll make use of Rails generators to help scaffold some of the things I've already covered. If you haven't watched the first Let's Build, I invite you to do so in order to understand what we are doing. ### What we are building The app itself will feature a basic CRUD principle where we can create, read, update, and destroy Tweeets. In essence, this is the same as my previous build where we created posts for a blog. On top of the Tweeets, I introduce a new gem called Devise which makes creating an entire user role and authentication system easy. Combined with this gem we can authenticate users who want to author Tweeets. A user's Tweeets are then also tied to their account. The end result is a public facing site with a stream of tweets from different users. Users that have an account can login to create their own Tweeets to add to the public stream. โ˜•๏ธ Help me keep going: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/webcrunch ๐Ÿ’ป Previously published at: https://web-crunch.com/lets-build-with-ruby-on-rails-a-twitter-clone ๐Ÿ’ป Check out the blog: https://web-crunch.com ๐Ÿ’ก ๐Ÿ‘ซ Check out my agency: https://coupleofcreatives.com ๐Ÿฆ„ Check out my personal site: https://justalever.com ๐Ÿš€ Links: Weekly Newsletter: https://web-crunch.com/subscribe Twitter: https://twitter.com/webcrunchblog Twitter(Personal Account): https://twitter.com/justalever Facebook: https://facebook.com/webcrunchblog Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/justalever Github: https://github.com/justalever Medium: https://medium.com/the-web-crunch-publication ๐Ÿ“˜Check out my book on UX Design: "LUXD: Learn User Experience Design" https://web-crunch.com/books/luxd ๐Ÿ“™ Check out my FREE book on Tumblr Theming: "Pro Tumblr Theming" https://web-crunch.com/books/ptt ๐Ÿ’ฏ Need awesome web hosting? Check out cloudways. They allow me to use a variety of hosting providers and build apps with ease: http://bit.ly/webcrunchhosting
Views: 12047 Web-Crunch
Coding the homepage - How to build a blog & portfolio with Rails 4
 
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To pick up the bundle for this course (which includes an ebook version, offline hd videos, code, photoshop & illustrator files and my wireframe kits) visit http://mackenziechild.me/courses - - - - - - - - - on https://mackenziechild.me/ on https://twitter.com/mackenziechild on https://dribbble.com/mackenziechild
Views: 16540 Mackenzie Child
Let's Build: With Ruby on Rails - Installation - Rails 5.1
 
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Hi, My name is Andy Leverenz. I design, code, and am an author of things. Check out my agency called Couple of Creatives https://coupleofcreatives.com and my blog Web-Crunch https://web-crunch.com๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿป ====== Installing both Ruby and Rails can be quite the challenge. Luckily, this day and age there are some sweet tools to help us better manage our development environments as well as increase the productivity of our coding workflow. Ruby on Rails requires, you guessed it, Ruby and Rails to work. Both of these things can be installed using what are known as gems. The gem concept is likely familiar if you've ever used npm or yarn to install any type of package/plugin in your past. Gems are built with ruby at their core so it makes sense that they are a large part of building a ruby on rails application. Installation The easiest way to install Ruby on Rails is by following a free guide over at installrails.com. This guide will go over everything you need to understand to install the framework successfully on your system of choice. Ruby comes preloaded on most Macintosh systems but you will likely want to make use of a more modern version of the language. Rather than type out each type of the process, I invite you to follow along with me in the video to better understand the things we are installing and see just how I install them on my machine. After the install, I end up with the following versions. Your mileage may vary: Rails 5.1.4 Ruby 2.4.2 ๐Ÿ’ป Read the full blog post at https://web-crunch.com/lets-build-with-ruby-on-rails-installation ๐Ÿ’ป Check out the blog: https://web-crunch.com ๐Ÿ’ก ๐Ÿ‘ซ Check out my agency: https://coupleofcreatives.com ๐Ÿฆ„ Check out my personal site: https://justalever.com ๐Ÿš€ Links: Weekly Newsletter: https://web-crunch.com/subscribe Twitter: https://twitter.com/webcrunchblog Twitter(Personal Account): https://twitter.com/justalever Facebook: https://facebook.com/webcrunchblog Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/justalever Github: https://github.com/justalever Medium: https://medium.com/the-web-crunch-publication ๐Ÿ“˜Check out my book on UX Design: "LUXD: Learn User Experience Design" https://web-crunch.com/books/luxd ๐Ÿ“™ Check out my FREE book on Tumblr Theming: "Pro Tumblr Theming" https://web-crunch.com/books/ptt ๐Ÿ’ฏ Need awesome web hosting? Check out cloudways. They allow me to use a variety of hosting providers and build apps with ease: http://bit.ly/webcrunchhosting
Views: 2583 Web-Crunch
How Airbnb Is Using React Native
 
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Airbnb tech stack is very complicated and is cross platform. Watch how Airbnb has been using React Native to build features for their Android and iOS apps. EVENT: Chain React: The React Native Conference, July 2017 SPEAKER: Leland Richardson, Airbnb PERMISSIONS: The video is reposted with permissions of Infinite Red. Check out their web-site at https://infinite.red. Infinite Red is the development studio that specializes in web and mobile design and development in React Native, Elixir, Phoenix, and Ruby on Rails. ORIGINAL SOURCE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaRtmgaNZos
Views: 105712 Coding Tech
Coding the Podcasts Page - How to build a podcast network with Rails 4
 
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To pick up the bundle for this course (which includes an ebook version, offline hd videos, code, photoshop & illustrator files and my wireframe kits) visit http://mackenziechild.me/courses - - - - - - - - - on https://mackenziechild.me/ on https://twitter.com/mackenziechild on https://dribbble.com/mackenziechild
Views: 3982 Mackenzie Child
Airbnb v2.0 - How to make a website like Airbnb PART #1 | CodingTuts
 
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After I saw how popular the original airbnb tutorials were I decided to redo them, but this time everything is different. Back then I was a beginner and now I think that I can show you a lot more with a lot less effort!! In this tutorial we will be setting up the essentials for our website and we will also start the top navigation menu!! ~If you have any questions make sure to leave them in the comment section below! ~ Subscribe for more videos! https://goo.gl/WgQ0fE ~ Want something cool made by me? https://www.fiverr.com/codingtuts ~ Like my page to be the first to learn about a new video and also to see daily updates! https://www.facebook.com/CodingTuts ~ Follow me to be the first one to see my videos and to learn about amazing giveaways! https://goo.gl/XzmVOU Enjoy the video! ==================================== EXTRA TAGS (ignore): HTML HTML5 CSS CSS3 Javascript jQuery jQuery Plugin Framework PHP MySQL Python C++ Ruby On Rails Programming Web development Web design Game development Front-end developer Back-end developer Front end developer Back end developer HTML website HTML5 website HTML and CSS website HTML5 and CSS3 website HTML, CSS and Javascript website HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript website HTML, CSS, Javascript and PHP website HTML5, CSS3, Javascript and PHP website Responsive website Professional website Interactive website Professional HTML website Professional website Professional responsive website Professional interactive website Responsive and Interactive website Professional responsive and interactive website PHP Database PHP website MySQL website ====================================
Views: 30137 CodingTuts
RubyConf 2018 - Refactoring the Technical Interview by Mark Siemers
 
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RubyConf 2018 - Refactoring the Technical Interview by Mark Siemers Is your technical interview optimized? Could it use a refactor? Do you ask candidates questions that could actually influence your production codebase? Or, do you ask them about problems that are solved and standardized? Or worse, contrived and trivial? Have you ever asked any of these questions: Find min or max in a list Implement a sorting algorithm FizzBuzz (or any contrived algorithm) โ€œNow can you do it recursively?โ€ Leverage your production code and commit history to make your next interview more effective in identifying the right hire. All while having more fun.
Views: 585 Confreaks
Speeding up Imported Geometry in SketchUp
 
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Learn how to increase the performance of imported geometry in SketchUp. Using a fast style, smart use of layers, Hide Rest of Model, keeping Outliner closed, and other tips. I'll also show you how creating a custom Ruby script can make big improvements to your model. The biggest problem with the model I imported was that everything inside each truss was a unique component, even though there are plenty of elements that repeat throughout each truss. So all of those unique component definitions bogged down the model. Once I exploded the entities inside each truss using Ruby, the model was a lot faster, and I was able to retain the component structure of each truss type. SketchUp Ruby API - https://ruby.sketchup.com/ Code Academy - Learn Ruby - https://www.codecademy.com/learn/learn-ruby SketchUp Developer Forum - https://forums.sketchup.com/c/developers The Well-Grounded Rubyist (Affiliate Link) - https://amzn.to/2tGzj8K โ˜… FULL TUTORIAL โ˜… https://mastersketchup.com/speeding-up-imported-geometry/ โ˜…โ˜…โ˜… MY BOOKS โ˜…โ˜…โ˜… SketchUp to LayOut 2015- https://SketchuptoLayout.com SketchUp & LayOut for Architecture - https://SketchUpbook.com/ โ˜… SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL โ˜… https://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=mastersketchupdotcom โ˜… FOLLOW ME โ˜… Tutorials & Videos - https://www.mastersketchup.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/mastersketchup Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/mastersketchup โ˜… MORE SKETCHUP RESOURCES โ˜… https://www.mastersketchup.com/resources
Views: 1990 MasterSketchup
RailsConf 2014 - Workshop - Ruby Coding Dojo by Carlos Souza and David Rogers
 
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The ultimate goal of the Coding Dojo is to share knowledge and improve the technical and social skills required in software development. This is a hands on Coding Dojo using Ruby as the language of choice. Participants will pair program with each other trying to solve a simple problem. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/FGZb/
Views: 1774 Confreaks
Your First Rails Application  [ Ruby on Rails from the ground up - 4/5 ]
 
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This is episode 4 of 5 in the DevTips Ruby on Rails from the ground up series. In this episode we start building our Rails application. We'll start by going through the application structure (where everything lives), then we'll build a dynamic rails blogging application. Be sure to checkout the DevTips Patreon community to get access to the code we create in this episode. https://www.patreon.com/posts/your-first-rails-3587815 - - - Check out Mackenzie's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/mackenziechild This video was sponsored by the DevTips Patron Community - https://www.patreon.com/DevTips Listen to Travis' Podcast - http://www.travandlos.com/ Get awesomeness emailed to you every thursday - http://travisneilson.com/notes You should follow DevTips on Twitter - https://twitter.com/DevTipsShow
Views: 33348 DevTips
Live Coding 1-4: Integrating AdminLTE as default skin for Banking Application
 
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In this devlog, we integrate AdminLTE as a default skin for the Bank Application. No gems are used here prior to font-awesome-sass.
Views: 3107 devlogs
Let's Build: With Ruby On Rails - Blog With Comments
 
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Hi, My name is Andy Leverenz. I design, code, and am an author of things. Check out my agency called Couple of Creatives https://coupleofcreatives.com and my blog Web-Crunch https://web-crunch.com๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿป ====== Adding Comments at 1:03:00 Building a blog with comments using Ruby on Rails is a foundational exercise I went through to learn more about the framework. Working together, both Ruby and Rails lend us a hand to generate a fairly simple MVC pattern built on top of a CRUD approach when working with dynamic data. โš™ Download the source code: https://github.com/justalever/demo_blog_rails โ˜•๏ธ Help me keep going: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/webcrunch ### Kicking things off with a blog To easily demonstrate the principles of working with Ruby on Rails I chose to build a basic blog. Each blog post will be able to be created, read, edited, and deleted. There will also be comments associated with each individual blog post. Comments will be able to be created and deleted. With Ruby on Rails, the possibilities are pretty endless in terms of what you can build. I'm sure new features and improvements to our blog are easy to spot as I guide you through the process of building it. My goal was to ease newcomers into the conventions, methods, and code patterns that helped me best when I first dove in. I hope you too can benefit. Ultimately, the point of this tutorial and video is to help anyone new to the framework understand how it operates as well as the necessary conventions required to create a blog using Ruby on Rails. I touch on things such as routing, controllers, views, models, migrations, relations, and more. For this project, we make use of a few `gems` of which help make my life a bit easier as I build out applications. You can find out more about those below. ๐Ÿ“– Read the full blog post here: https://web-crunch.com/lets-build-with-ruby-on-rails-blog-with-comments ๐Ÿ’ป Check out the blog: https://web-crunch.com ๐Ÿ’ก ๐Ÿ‘ซ Check out my agency: https://coupleofcreatives.com ๐Ÿฆ„ Check out my personal site: https://justalever.com ๐Ÿš€ Links: Weekly Newsletter: https://web-crunch.com/subscribe Twitter: https://twitter.com/webcrunchblog Twitter(Personal Account): https://twitter.com/justalever Facebook: https://facebook.com/webcrunchblog Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/justalever Github: https://github.com/justalever Medium: https://medium.com/the-web-crunch-publication ๐Ÿ“˜Check out my book on UX Design: "LUXD: Learn User Experience Design" https://web-crunch.com/books/luxd ๐Ÿ“™ Check out my FREE book on Tumblr Theming: "Pro Tumblr Theming" https://web-crunch.com/books/ptt ๐Ÿ’ฏ Need awesome web hosting? Check out cloudways. They allow me to use a variety of hosting providers and build apps with ease: http://bit.ly/webcrunchhosting
Views: 9620 Web-Crunch
Rails Tutorial for beginners: Build a Website in 12 mins ! (runs locally)
 
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This is a very simple getting started with rails tutorial. There are a lot of great things you can do with rails not covered here - this is to help you get started with some of the basics. Find Templates here: http://startbootstrap.com/template-categories/landing-pages/ Stack Overflow Post for using font-awesome here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11052398/rails-using-font-awesome TO INSTALL RUBY ON RAILS: In case you haven't installed rails yet, this is a very good set of directions! http://installfest.railsbridge.org/installfest/ It takes about an hour, and if there is any point where there is trouble, there are tons of great resources around, especially stack overflow. :) Here is a good tutorial on deploying the app: http://installfest.railsbridge.org/installfest/deploy_a_rails_app good luck. :)
Views: 157767 learnallthethings
RubyConf 2018 - Hijacking Ruby Syntax in Ruby by Satoshi "Moris" Tagomori & Tomohiro Hashidate
 
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RubyConf 2018 - Hijacking Ruby Syntax in Ruby by Satoshi Tagomori & Tomohiro Hashidate This talk shows how to introduce new syntax-ish stuffs using meta programming techniques and some more Ruby features not known well by many Rubyists. Have fun with magical code! Show Ruby features to hack Ruby syntax (including Binding, TracePoint, Refinements, etc) Describe stuffs introduced by these techniques method modifiers (final, abstract, override) Table-like syntax for testing DSL Safe resource allocation/collection (with, defer)
Views: 334 Confreaks
CodeMash 2012: Coding in the style of Glee
 
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CodeMash 2012 held a Pecha Kucha contest: each presentation had to consist of 20 slides, each shown for 20 seconds. The topic was entirely up to the presenter; I chose to combine two of the loves of my life: coding and Glee. Cori Drew was kind enough to allow me to use the video she recorded. I'll be writing a blog post with the slide titles and what I *intended* to say when I get the chance.
Views: 6474 Jon Skeet
The Problem With Racing Gaming Chairs
 
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Do Racing Gaming Chairs Suck? Some people love them, some people hate them. I think they are okay but there are definitely some things to watch out for before buying one for yourself. Check out some of my other videos to help you find your perfect office chair: How to Choose an Office Chair - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgRE2PFnfNw IKEA Volmar Chair Review - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdFNKkQ03V8 Herman Miller Embody Chair Review - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avWG8Zl27VQ IKEA Markus Chair Review - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VuEjXQQ7YSs โ–บ For More Awesome Gear โ—„ Subscribe - http://bit.ly/1Uzynun Twitter - https://twitter.com/MrDavidZhang Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mrdavidzhang/ My Video Gear - https://kit.com/davidzhang/my-youtube-video-creator-kit
Views: 1542976 David Zhang
Ruby Snack #75: Testing with VCR
 
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Making API calls or other HTTP requests in your tests? Checkout VCR to record the responses to speed up and simply your tests. To download the presentation, visit https://rubythursday.com/episodes/ruby_snack_75_testing_with_vcr
Views: 592 RubyThursday
Learn Rails: Quickly Code, Style and Launch 4 Web Apps (Course Intro)
 
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Get the Full Course Free: http://skl.sh/2o9TBmZ If you want to build web apps quickly with the Ruby on Rails framework, you've come to the right place. In this course, students will learn what Rails is best for, quickly creating and finishing web apps easily. This course covers it all, from installation to deployment. We will teach you how to use various Rails tools while building functional web applications. By the end of the course, you will know enough rails to create any CRUD application you like. Not only this, but I also provide resources for almost every lecture, so that you can learn more if you wish. This course will provide you with enough Rails knowledge to go from beginner to intermediate. After completing this course, you will also have enough Rails basis to learn any other Rails concept you can think of on your own. Think of this course like a quick jumpstart to your Ruby on Rails career. In this course, we will complete 4 web apps in the following order: 1. A personal blog 2. A user messaging app 3. A To Do List (The Hello World of Ruby on Rails Applications) 4. A Wikipedia Clone But Ruby on Rails isn't the only thing we will focus on, we will also learn how to use other tools with our apps such as: 1. Git 2. Heroku 3. Bootstrap 4. Active Admin 5. Static Pages 6. MVC Architecture If you want to bulk up your resume, get some practice or learn how to use various Rails gems in your app, look no further! This course will cover a lot of ground in a very short amount of time. Since the course is so fast, breezing through it might not help your retain everything. I recommend trying to finish the course in a month. It will help you retain knowledge, as well as give you time to explore different features on your own. Not only this, but udemy gives you a 30 day money back guarantee, so you have nothing to lose! Thank you for showing interest in this course! If you have any questions, email me at [email protected] Follow Me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/akhanrade GitHub: https://github.com/KhanradCoder Quora: http://www.quora.com/Khanrad-Coder
Views: 632 Khanrad
Building Aliasnerd.com, part 1 - want to do on the Stream  (Ruby on Rails)
 
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Thinking about what to build using ruby on rails. Planning future year of coding . Also testing the live stream.
Views: 686 Alias:Nerd
Let's Build: With Ruby on Rails - Project Management App - Part 1
 
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Hi, My name is Andy Leverenz. I design, code, and am an author of things. Check out my blog Web-Crunch https://web-crunch.com๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿป โ˜•๏ธHelp me keep going: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/webcrunch Welcome to my next installment to the ongoing series called "Let's Build: With Ruby on Rails". This 10-part series will cover building a project management type of application from the ground up. Similar to the previous installments I'll dive a bit further into more technical aspects of Ruby on Rails. We'll discuss things such as nested attributes, model relations, and getting a little fancy with forms using Vue.js. As a prerequisite, I recommend following at least one of the previous parts of the "Let's Build: With Ruby on Rails" series. Find those on my blog linked below! What are we building? Projekt โš™๏ธ Download the source code https://github.com/justalever/projekt For lack of a better name, I titled the app "Projekt". The goal of the app is to be a home for any amount of projects(think Basecamp but much more stripped down). A project lives within a team and can have as many users as necessary. A user can only belong to one team at a time (this is a small side-effect of the Devise gem. Ultimately, we'd want to extend this to allow a single user to belong to multiple teams.) The app will have 3 overlying models/relationships to tie together each other as we press forward but I'll outline the "wants" below: 1. A User can create a project if they belong to a team. 2. Creating a team assigns both your own account plus those you invite to a team. 3. Projects require a team in order to be created. The tech stack I think it's pretty obvious we'll be using Ruby on Rails in this series. On top of Rails, I wanted to approach our app with a little more modern of a mindset set. Much of the interactivity I introduce has Vue.js to think. In our Teams model, for example, I implement a form with nested user attributes. The end goal is to create a team and invite new users to the team all at once. Nested attributes and Vue.js make this a very fluid process. ๐Ÿ’ป Previously published at: https://web-crunch.com/lets-build-with-ruby-on-rails-project-management-app ๐Ÿ’ป Check out the blog: https://web-crunch.com ๐Ÿ’ก ๐Ÿ‘ซ Check out my agency: https://coupleofcreatives.com ๐Ÿฆ„ Check out my personal site: https://justalever.com ๐Ÿš€ Links: Weekly Newsletter: https://web-crunch.com/subscribe Twitter: https://twitter.com/webcrunchblog Twitter(Personal Account): https://twitter.com/justalever Facebook: https://facebook.com/webcrunchblog Dribbble: https://dribbble.com/justalever Github: https://github.com/justalever Medium: https://medium.com/the-web-crunch-publication ๐Ÿ“˜Check out my book on UX Design: "LUXD: Learn User Experience Design" https://web-crunch.com/books/luxd ๐Ÿ“™ Check out my FREE book on Tumblr Theming: "Pro Tumblr Theming" https://web-crunch.com/books/ptt ๐Ÿ’ฏ Need awesome web hosting? Check out cloudways. They allow me to use a variety of hosting providers and build apps with ease: http://bit.ly/webcrunchhosting
Views: 11591 Web-Crunch
Live Coding 1-2: CRUD for the Rails 5 Bank Application + Simple Form
 
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In this devlog, we continue our banking application by providing some CRUD functionality. We also use the simple_form gem for more more intuitive form creation in Rails. Tech Stack: - Rails 5 - gem simple_form Simple Form: https://github.com/plataformatec/simple_form Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3746811
Views: 2259 devlogs
Getting Started With Jekyll, The Static Site Generator
 
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Want more? Explore the library at https://www.codecourse.com/lessons Official site https://www.codecourse.com Twitter https://twitter.com/teamcodecourse
Views: 286970 Codecourse
Daniel Kirsch - Functional Programming in Python
 
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PyData Berlin 2016 There should be one-- and preferably only one --obvious way to do it. And that is functional - at least in my opinion. I'm working with Python for a living since two years after coming from a background in Ruby, Haskell, Clojure, and some more languages. Since then I have tried to marry ideomatic Python to the functional style I learned to love. It's time to share my experience. I will talk about - higher order functions - partial function application and currying - function composition - functional collection transformations (and why they are relevant for PySpark) - (fake) lazy evaluation and how it all relates to Python (and what's missing). Slides: https://github.com/kirel/functional-python
Views: 11301 PyData
12 years of Ruby - RubyConf Indonesia 2017
 
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About Sidu Ponnappa: 26 years coding, 12 years coding for money, 2 jobs, 5 startup attempts, 1 exit, 1 non profit, 3 conferences (including RubyConf India), Many, many failures :). Currently: Head of Data Engineering, GO-JEK. More: http://sidu.in. Topic: 12 years of Ruby I've worked with Ruby since 2005 and Ruby 1.8.3. My first startup was based on Rails 0.10. I've built software, communities, products and businesses around Ruby for a dozen years. This talk is the (deeply personal) story of what I've seen and learned in 12 years of Ruby. This is a keynote talk at RubyConf Indonesia 2017. October 6th & 7th Jakarta http://ruby.id/conf/2017/index.html
Views: 426 Perkodi Org