A quick example of how to use nested forms in Phoenix.
In this post I'm going to compare this exploration of source code to other popular languages.
In this post we are going to look at how lists are implemented in Elixir and how looking at its source code can teach us a thing or two about the language.
A few things I learned and experienced at my first tech conference.
I had tried and failed many times in the past to learn Vim. These were the four steps I took that made my last try successful.
Bringing a junior into your team is an exercise in empathy.
The difference between coding as a hobby and as a profession. The Soft Skills
The difference between coding as a hobby and as a profession
Examples on how to change the case of a String in Ruby
Here are two things to consider before choosing your first programming language.
Bots are all the rage these days, but what are they? Here's a simple introduction to them.
Cells are great, but they’re like adding a safety railing to your Rails app.
Steve tells the story of the coolest piece of software he's written.
How we construct links in Google Analytics so we can see what marketing efforts are working and returning an ROI.
I recently switched code editors from Textmate to Sublime Text. Here's what I've found in the past few hours since I started using Sublime Text.
Did you know that in rails a named scope can call another named scope?
Steve shows that you can use Proc.new in a named scope instead of a lambda.
Steve shows us how make a method that's defined in a module available to both the class scope and the instance scope.
Today Steve shares with us the difference between the Ruby methods include and extend.
Steve takes us on a small trip into Ruby metaprogramming by discussing the difference between instance_eval and class_eval.
Here's a nice hack from Dejan Simic that will allow you to actually override the confirm dialog box in a way that works.
Ruby on Rails or any code is not magic. The results of your code, your application, is the magic.
We've used godaddy.com for our domains for a long time, but recently we've decide to stop using them and switch to DNSimple.com.
Writing Ruby code against Facebook's developer platform, and I ran into an issue with the oauth callback.
An internal monologue about how Steve almost screwed the entire operation.
An astounding statistic about a company for employs support teams for their Java apps and none for their Rails apps.
An article about the recent argument that the Rails "Best Practice" for building apps has been discovered.
Steven shares a quick blurb about Fixjour fixture replacement library and why he enjoys it.
How we fixed a Less Accounting problem featuring bad PDF generation.
Less Everything is hiring. Let us know who you are and what you do.
Some information on Ruby operators and such.
Steve talks about RubyConf 2008 in this episode of Less.TV.
Here's a bit of code to make sure your readers only get the information they haven't consumed yet.
Steve shares a little bit of API magic for your site.
Looking for a different way to do captchas on your site? Try Less Reverse Captcha.
Some links that Steve thought might be useful for those who are new to Rails.
People occasionally ask us about the differences between PHP and Ruby on Rails. Here are my thoughts on the matter.
Some cookie coding tips from Steve.
Upgrading your version of Ruby the right way in order to fix the holes.
Rails coding bits from Steven.
Running Internet Explorer 6? You're out of luck, homie.
Steven talks about the importance of testing. (P.S. This post has nothing to do with safe sex.)
Steven tells you how to scope your finders with Rails which lets you write your code without opening it.
Let's say you want to redirect users from the www sub-domain of your website to direct access via the non-sub-domain url. Nginx makes it really easy to do.
A little Git tutorial from Steven about coding with inspiration.
Listen to Steve on the newest episode of the railsenvy.com podcast.
Steven tells us a little bit about GitHub and the numerous possibilities of open source coding.
Here are 2 methods that work in conjunction with Chris Wanstrath's try().
How to create a user account with administrative privileges using one command.
For those of you who do not use Cheat Sheets, you should. For those of you that do, they just got better.
Steve gives an interesting review of Zed's "Rails is a Ghetto" article.
A little bit from Steven about the upcoming Ruby 1.9 update.
Instructions for setting up an ssl website on nginx using Godaddy certificates.
Coding bits for MySql Gem on Redhat Linux.
Another update to TextMate grep bundle.
Update to a TextMate bundle from an earlier post.
If you are getting an "invalid label" error when doing eval() on a json string, here is the solution.
I have found a new way of doing this that is so good I can't believe I haven't heard about this before. It turns out, there is a one click (command) installer for ImageMagick and RMagick and nobody is talking about it.
I am going to start posting little quips our guys innocently say to me.
Fix an Apache bug
We posted an advert for some rails help for a project we have coming up. Here is what we are looking for.
Here is a snippet all of you jQuery on Rails people can use.
A quick cheat sheet for arrays.
Tips for using PayPal with ActiveMerchant.
Passing Mt. Hood while flying in to Portland was a breathtaking experience. A very large, singular peak, no friends or neighbors, just the proud lonely peak.
Configure many sites with nginx.
How to move a subversion repository from one machine to another.
PRCE is no where to be found on my system.
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