I'm a software engineer, I like to build things. Sometimes I write about software and apps I'm working on, usually in the form of notes that I can reference later, or just sort of as a stream of thought while I'm tinkering on things.
Rails can make it easy to avoid learning how to interact with your postgreSQL database or use sequel. But learning these things can give you a competitive edge. In this post, we'll look at some tricks to interact with postgreSQL for your rails apps.
In this post, we create a fully functional cryptocurrency portfolio using react and ruby on rails. We will learn how to get the real-time prices on over 1300+ cryptocurrencies, and how to calculate the values based off the market price for different cryptoassets.
In this post, we are going to dive into building your first react app with ruby on rails. We will be using the webpacker gem, which will let us manage everything together in a single app, instead of creating a separated react app and rails api.