Some Rails patterns are so ingrained in us that we don’t think about them anymore. That’s sort of the point […]
Originally I set out to write a blog post on how to combine SmarterCSV and activerecord-import to efficiently parse and […]
Sometimes you’re working on a mobile app and things will just feel a little too tight. Maybe it’s the font […]
It was only a few months ago I wrote a blog post on how to set up Create React App […]
There are a lot of great tools for testing Rails apps; RSpec and Capybara are particularly great. While basic integration of […]
(Note: An new post about setting up linting with Standard JS in your projects can be found here.) Here I’m […]
Hello all! We’ve just released a 1.0 beta and 0.4 beta versions of our Jsonb Accessor gem. The 0.4 beta […]
Elixir’s Ecto ORM is great, but sometimes I find myself missing the schema.rb from Rails. It’s handy to crack open schema.rb to really see what’s going on in the database. It’s a bigger part of my workflow than I realized. Ecto doesn’t give you quite the same functionality right out of the box, but I’ve found a way to get pretty close.