Kingsley Silas offers a high-level introduction to working with components in Vue, looking at how to create components, how to pass data between components (via both props and an event bus) and how to use Vue’s element to render additional content within a component.
We look at methods, computed properties and watchers in Vue applications, clearing them up by showing how to build a search component with each one.
One of Rails' best conventions for DRYing up your code is ActiveSupport::Concern. Kingsley Silas shows you how to use it.
Kingsley Silas compares several Rails-based Content Managment Systems giving use cases, pros, and cons for each.
Kingsley Silas dives deep into the basics of routing in Rails. Understand how URLs are mapped and some of the more obscure ways to set routes in Rails
Kingsley Silas writes this Ruby on Rails tutorial about file uploads with Shrine. Shrine is an excellent file uploading toolkit for Ruby.
Kinsley Silas quickly runs through how to enable file uploads in your Rails app with Refile.
Kingsley Silas runs throw a quick tutorial on adding Google ReCAPTCHA to your Rails application. He includes Devise integration as well. Very useful.
Kingsley Silas walks through a real Rails setup with RSpec. Learn some of the first best practices to kick start your Rails testing with RSpec.
Kingsley Silas introduces you to Camaleon CMS, a content management system based on Ruby on Rails 4. Learn how to make your next site with Camaleon.
Kingsley Silas explores the new features unveiled in Octopress 3. Learn how to easily create and deploy a blog based on Jekyll and get your voice out there.
Kingsley Silas walks through installing Solidus, the newly created, open source gem to replace Spree. Get started with the future of Rails e-commerce.
Kingsley Silas deploys a Rails app to OpenShift, an easy deployment solution by the good people at RedHat. Learn a new easy deployment option for Rails.
Kingsley Silas follows up his Pathway for New Rubyists article with a path for those who are new to Rails. Start out your Rails journey right.
Kingsley Silas runs through a great list of resources for new Rubyists. There are blogs, courses, and forums that will lead new Rubyists to learning.