Tailwind UI, Hanami::API, Puma security fixes, and more

March 6, 2020, 1 p.m. (4 years, 4 months ago)
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[00:02:13] The guys talk about how Ruby is 27 years old and Rails is 16 years old and how Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto is still involved with Ruby since the beginning. 


[00:03:28] Chris mentions using Python, but Ruby being more flexible and the philosophy of Matz making Ruby so special.  


[00:06:45] Jason asks the guys if anything cool is going on. Tailwinds UI is mentioned which leads into Adam Wathan’s tweet about it.  

 

[00:12:04] Listen here to see if Jason likes working on Front End code. Also, the guys discuss how they had AMAZING designers at their jobs and how they helped them.


[00:20:21] Out of Hanami World came Hanami API this week. What is Hanami and why does Jason love it? He explains what it’s really good at doing.


[00:32:09] Andrew chimes in about the most frustrating thing he’s ever had to do and Chris talks about his nightmare projects.

 

[00:33:20 Speaking of no fun, Andrew asks the guys if either of them has run into invalid authenticity token errors with Devise that they couldn’t resolve. 


[00:38:02] Puma is brought up and why it’s Chris’s favorite and Richard Schneeman and Evan Phoenix get a shout out from Andrew. 

[00:39:45] Andrew had a blog post published this week in Ruby Weekly about setting up VS Code for Rails Development and Chris dove into Shrine and rebuilt a Rails app called AnimatedGif.me.

[00:45:29] RailsConf and MicroConf are mentioned as they are both coming up in the next couple of months. 

[00:47:48] Jason joyfully mentions he released a Ruby Gem this week called, “Andrew Says.”  

[00:50:31] Chris chimes in to say one of his favorite gems is Gem Install Rails.   



Panelists:

Jason Charnes

Andrew Mason

Chris Oliver

Links:

Ruby Weekly Hanami API

Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto Twitter

Tailwind UI

Adam Wathan Twitter

Hanami

Dry-rb

Devise

Richard Schneeman

Evan Phoenix Twitter

Jason Charnes (Andrew_Says)

AnimatedGif.me

RailsConf 2020

MicroConf 2020


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