Multitenancy, AWS Lambda, and a new online Ruby meetup?
In this episode, Jason, Chris, and Andrew “jump” right in to talking about Jumpstart Pro and what he is working on. Other discussions include Attributes API, AWS Lambda, Heavens Door, removing Spring from Gemfile, using Gatsby, Jekyll, Tailwind UI, starting a Ruby Meetup with Andrew, and many more interesting things.
[00:00:55] Chris talks about some Jumpstart Pro stuff he’s working on.
[00:04:30] Andrew discusses what he’s had to deal on having issues with multitenancy.
[00:08:18] Andrew talks about how he built a stimulus reflex form to invite other members to a team.
[00:11:00] Chris explains how his experience was using the current Attributes API.
[00:16:02] The topic of “background jobs” is mentioned and Andrew and Chris expand on this.
[00:21:09] Jason mentions how last time they talked about Hanami API and an article was put out this week about running it on Lambda and it’s supposed to be really cool!
[00:24:08] There is a discussion on Fathom Analytics, Laravel, and Vapor.
[00:36:49] Andrew shares his opinion on “Heaven’s Door” which is a Rails engine.
[00:39:57] Andrew gets their authenticity token fixed and it’s a funny story to hear that Devise Masquerade seems to be the problem.
[00:45:24] The topic of removing “Spring” from your Gemfile is brought up. Life is so much better….
[00:47:42] Jason wants to find out about Andrew’s new Ruby Meet Up that he is planning. He wants more than 100 people that are interested, so he has a plan on how to do this.
[00:50:44] Things discussed are Gatsby, Jekyll Tailwind Starter, Tailwind UI, Headless CMS, and Jekyll.
[00:55:52] Chris directs everyone to go on rubymeetup.online to add an email address and message them with ideas on format or to get speakers.