In this final episode of the series, we’ll take a look at deploying our Single Page Application to Amazon Web Services Simple Storage Service (or S3).continue reading »
New year, new
you blog post! In this long overdue part we’ll strengthen our command of loading data from the server and take a look at presenting it.
Now that we have our environment running, the app is initialized, and we know a little bit about what’s going on in there, it’s time to take a little bit of time to design our front end.continue reading »
Last time we’ve seen each other, we’ve just deployed our Rails 5.1 API app. Time to put an end to this! A front end, of course.continue reading »
In this final part of our Rails API app series we’ll talk about specs, code coverage, continuous integration and deployment - and how to be certain your application is working.continue reading »
Time to deal with authenticating users in our bookstore application.continue reading »
We have two more things to tackle before our Rails API app is an MVP: namespacing the controllers and creating an authentication mechanism. We’ll tackle namespacing the controllers in this article - it might seem wordy, but it’s for a good reason.continue reading »
Oh yeah. Now we’re going hardcore. Well, not really.
While Rails embraces a continuously changing data model, it’s always good to stop and think for a minute about the domain we’re trying to magically lockwithin an app. We’re building a bookstore. So what’s in one?continue reading »