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Using Formulae and Testing

Creating a gem to Formulae and Testing it

Formulae: The back-end

Important things in the rails back-end

Introduction to Formulae

Formulae: an MIT-licensed form builder, written in Rails and React

Testing our app

Using rspec and testing our models

Code clean up and linting

Letting some tools help our code

Posting to Slack

Posting to Slack when new users sign ups

Changing Devise views and using Materialize CSS

Customizing Devise views and using a Material Design CSS library

Generating Invoice PDF from Braintree

How to create a PDF invoice from a Braintree subscription

Using Braintree webhooks

Updating our application using webhooks

Custom payment widget using Braintree

Enable a custom payment widget using braintree

Recurring Payments on Rails

Using Braintree to make recurring payments on Rails

Payments in Rails with Braintree

Accepting payment in a Rails application using the Braintree

Elm components in a Rails application

How to use Elm Components in a Rails Application

Importing Our React Library with Webpacker

Using Rails 5.1 and webpacker to easily import the React library w...

Working with Nested Attributes

How to use Nested Attributes with has many through relations

Deploying to Heroku

Deploying a Rails app to Heroku and adding SSL

Testing HTTP Requests with VCR

Using webmock and VCR to mock HTTP requests when testing our API c...

Wrapping a REST API

Using Faraday to build a gem to interact with a remote API

Setting up our controllers + views

Working with controllers and views on Rails

Set up your Rails Prototype

Kick start your Rails prototype

Testing and Documenting our API

Creating tests and docs for our Rails API with rspec_api_documenta...

Setting up your Rails API

A starting point for building our open source custom forms API.

GraphQL on Rails

How to start with GraphQL in Rails