Railsconf Talk Success, Request Variants, Deploying to Render, and Caddy Server

[00:02:05] We learn how RailsConf 2021 was from Chris, and Andrew makes an announcement that he’s moving out of state and something about always wanting to be a trucker. ☺ 


[00:07:45] Chris fills us in on what he talked about at RailsConf 2021, which was on Action Text, Turbo, and ActionMailbox.


[00:10:51] Jason tells us about using Action Text and what happened.  Chris and Andrew chat more about Action Text, Trix, and Markdown Editor.


[00:14:34] Turbo Native is brought up and Chris talks about working on the iOS wrapper for Jumpstart Pro. He also brings up a screencast he just did for GoRails on Request Variants for templates for phones and tablets.


[00:22:45] Jason mentions working on a side project and how it’s going, using Render, and how Andrea wrote a blog post about it.


[00:28:38] We learn more about Caddy 2 and Chris tells us something he built a few weeks ago with job boards using Caddy. 


[00:34:20] Andrew mentions his company is hiring so check the link below if you want to work with him! Chris and Andrew also talk about the need for juniors at companies.


[00:38:02] Jason is excited to hear the new version of Hatchbox and Chris explains about how SSL has been the toughest parts of it.  


[00:40:49] Chris talks about Heroku, how it’s starting to show its age, and how they really need to have HTTP2.


[00:43:55] Find out about one of the guys who bought Jumpstart Pro and a pull request he made to improve the Docker file there. 


[00:47:55] Chris mentions there was no rumblings about Rails 7.0 at RailsConf 2021. 

Panelists:

Jason Charnes

Chris Oliver

Andrew Mason



Sponsor:

Honeybadger



Links:

Render

“How to Deploy Ruby on Rails to Render.com” by Andrea Fomera

Senior Ruby Developer Job Posting

Jumpstart Pro

Caddy 2

Trix-GitHub

GoRails Screencast by Chris Oliver- “Multiple Device support with Request Variants in Rails.”

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