Rails APIs #4 - Custom Actions
Description:In this screencast, we’ll follow up on our previous videos in this series and show you how to rewrite custom controller actions in Rails.
Rails APIs #2 - Deploying
Description:Whether you are building a prototype or a business critical product, Heroku makes it easy to deploy and scale web applications. If you’ve never run a production web application before this might sound intimi...
Rails APIs #3 - Authentication
Description:In a previous screencast we set up a simple Rails web service for todos and deployed it to production. But right now there's no authorization on it, which means anyone can come along and modify our data. In ...
Rails APIs #6 - Authorization Rules
Description:In a previous video we set up authentication for our Rails API, so that only logged in users can make changes. But sometimes more sophisticated rules are needed. In this screencast, we'll learn how to succes...
Rails APIs #7 - Testing Web Services
Description:In a previous screencasts, we built out a simple but full-featured web service. We have several tables of related data, validation, default values, and authorization. This is great, but it’s also starting to...
Rails APIs #5 - Associations and Nested Routes
Description:In this screencast, we’ll use the Doorkeeper gem makes it easy to add authentication to Rails APIs using the OAuth 2 standard.
Embedding a Responsive Hero Video on a Homepage
Description:In this video, you'll add a responsive hero video to a rails blog project, but this code can be used for any kind of web project. We’ll also take a look at the embed code for YouTube and Vimeo, in order to g...
Clickable Cards with Sub Links
Description:In this video, you’ll learn how to implement a nested link card design without violating any web standards, using pseudo elements and positioning.
Prompting for Unsaved Changes in a Form
Description:In this video, you’ll learn how to stop your users from losing their inputed data by triggering an alert if your users attempt to navigate away from their unsaved form.