The second in a series of blog posts which teaches you how to integrate Rails and the Bootstrap framework. The post will introduce some of the more common CSS features provided by Bootstrap.
The first in a series of blog posts which teaches you how to integrate Rails and the Bootstrap framework.
A blog post I wrote for Tealeaf Academy. This post will teach you how to implement OAuth in Sorcery, using Github as the OAuth provider. Using other providers should be very similar.
I am currently enrolled in Tealeaf Academy’s Rapid Prototyping with Ruby on Rails course. I have written a couple websites using Rails in the past, but I felt that I should take a course to learn the basics properly.
Interesting? Confusing? What’s the word…
This week in my Intro to Ruby class, we learned about variable scope. I thought I had a fairly good grasp on the concept of “Pass-by-reference-of-the-value”, which is what I believe my teacher called Ruby’s implementation of variable passing. Was I wrong?
A little background
I started playing with Ruby about a year ago. I quickly installed the Rails gem and created my first website with it. Ryan Bates over at RailsCasts deserves all of the praise for getting me to the point of deployment quickly, watching his informative videos.