Did you know with two commands you can add a new feature to your Phoenix app? Phoenix code generators - also known as scaffolding - create a skeleton of code upon which your programming work can be performed.
To highlight the capabilities of Phoenix LiveView, DockYard created and is running Phoenix Phrenzy, a contest for developers to build with Phoenix LiveView.
"There are two locales in a pitcher’s universe – on the mound and off the mound. When a pitcher is on the mound he should be thinking about only two things, …
There was a time where Rails conventions were more closely followed. Here is a gentle reminder of some of the well-known and accepted benefits of staying on the rails of convention.
We have a Team! Last year my entire family participated in the Rails Rumble. We built a garage sale app called MayMySales and had a fun time doing it! In 2008 ("BidBuildBill") and 2009 ("AffiliApp"), I entered solo. Having a team is much more fun than going solo for 48 hours. So, in the spirit of … Continue reading Rails Rumble 2013: Team Phaser Beam!
37signals is the poster-child for recurring-revenue SaaS apps. They have several blockbuster successes, most notably Basecamp. The [...]
I had a great time at RubyConf 2012. Matz kicked it off with a good, short talk on the importance of being happy. Here are some notes from that talk. – big crowd – warm welcome – “I’m a happy programmer.” [...]
For Rails Rumble 2012 we made MapMySales.com. Here’s the About Us that the kids wrote: “Made in 2012 by a team of four people (and their special forces monkeys), MapMySales was originally designed as an entry for [...]
In the last post, we looked at the Ember demo app, Todos. We got it installed on our local development environment and had fun creating, completing, and deleting todos. In the next few posts I'd like to walk through the code. We'll start with app/lib/app.js. The Ember app comes to life via instantiating Ember.Application, extending … Continue reading The Ember.js Todos Demo Application: app.js