My experiment doing a daily news letter is done. Turns out I don't have THAT much to say. I will continue doing the news letter, just less often. Maybe, a personal finance app, was recently open sourced and is now moving to Rails. From React. That's awesome from my point
Honey pots > RECAPTCHAs
Released a prototype I've been working on, Green Rhythm Works! It helps schedule trash bin cleaning companies schedule their cleanings. Built on Rails and just a proof of concept, but always fun to get something live 😄.
Added a bunch of UI improvement and some fixes over the weekend! Using my Subcomponent project is proving to be great for UI components and creating a standardized look. I think the interface between the Go app and the site needs addressed next. Might do a simple HTTP callback or
I'm setting up Rack::Attack for rate limiting. The README is good, but light on testing. Here's how I got it working. require "test_helper" class RackAttackTest < ActionDispatch::IntegrationTest setup do Rack::Attack.enabled = true Rack::Attack.cache.store = ActiveSupport::Cache::MemoryStore.new Rack::Attack.cache.store.clear end teardown
Spent the last couple of days working on an side project I've had for a while, Proofreader.io! It was great to get into some code and make some progress! Excited to get something up soon. Also, making stuff with Turbo streams is so nice. Lots of plumbing that's just
I've been looking at performance for a few WordPress sites lately and came across a couple of interesting plugins. Query Monitor - Shows database queries, API calls, object cache usage, errors, and CSS / JS scripts. It also shows memory usage to build the page. Debug Bar - Show a lot
After changing my config to use the Neovim LSP, my old formatting and linting setup with Ale didn't make sense to keep, so I've been relying on the LSPs and missing the linters and formatters. It turns out there are some new Neovim specific plugins now. Conform - Lightweight yet
PWA > Native
Formatting & linting tools for Ruby projects.