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Trailblazer is back, better then ever!

For those who know Trailblazer - you know that for the last 6 years TRB evolved a few times, introduced a lot of great ideas but also had it's problems: missing documentation, lack of communication...

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Łukasz Żarski

Trailblazer tutorial: collections, forms, testing Cells - part 6

In this post, we will finish up refactoring views that we saw, including a view that is heavily based on callbacks. We won't be able to delete them yet since for now we only render the cell in one ...

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Krzysztof Piotrowski

Trailblazer tutorial: refactoring legacy rails views with Trailblazer Cells - part 5

Encapsulating backend business logic into Trailblazer operations is a very important part of building an app based on it, alongside contracts and moving logic from controllers. Another important st...

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Krzysztof Piotrowski

Trailblazer tutorial: updating old fat controller - part 4.

Since we prepared and tested Operation and Contract to create Proposal with Trailblazer way, it is time to clean the mess in the controller. Let's remind how our controller #create action looks lik...

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Adam Piotrowski

Trailblazer tutorial: refactoring fat controller - part 3.

Before we move our business logic to Operation class we still need to handle: Setting the speaker data, Updating the bio of current user based on the speaker from proposal bio. (Iteration 6) D...

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Adam Piotrowski

Trailblazer tutorial: move business logic from controller - part 2.

Since we have basic cases and success flow tested and implemented, it is time to focus on our business logic which we want to move from controller to Operation. Our first identified logic is to ...

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Adam Piotrowski

Trailblazer tutorial: fat controller - part 1.

Introduction We write web development software for ~20 years, we used Perl, PHP, Python, C#, and Java during the first 13 years of our existence. Now for the last 7 years, we decided to focus on o...

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Adam Piotrowski

Basics of curses library in Ruby - Make awesome terminal apps!

Did you ever use Vim, top or its better alternative, htop? Immortal Midnight Commander? Or maybe the more user friendly version of du, ncdu? They are all terminal applications working in full scree...

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Rafał Camlet

Make evrything louder! Stream processing in Ruby with ARGF

If you’ve ever used a terminal before (and surely you have, since you’ve taken interest in this blog post), it’s more than likely that you’ve had an opportunity of working with streams. Streams wer...

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Rafał Camlet

Group operations

Today I want to talk about simple implementation of group (mass) operations. The idea was to add simple feature of assigning users to groups by selecting individual (or all) users using checkboxes ...

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Mateusz Drozdowski