All the Steps Needed To Get Active Model Serializers to Work with JSONAPIAdapter and JSONAPISerializer in Ember

or the Headache That I Thought Would Never Go Away

Recently, I’ve been working every day on my project “Tempo”, but it’s been very slow with a lot of headaches. This always happens the first time or two you put theory to practice and you run into all the tiny hurdles and obstacles you weren’t expecting.

One of the major … Read More

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New Project

Codename: Tempo

Over the last year, I’ve put a lot of time and effort into learning Ember and building JSON APIs with Rails. While I’ve built a few tiny applications here and there, I have yet to build anything substantial with these tools. Since I would like to find an Ember job … Read More

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Using && and || in Bash Scripts

I write about Bash so often you might start to think it’s all I do. It’s not, but considering I spend a good portion of my day in the terminal, I’m always on the look out for ways to make it a more efficient experience.

Recently, I came upon a … Read More

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Update for Ripsum

Tonight, I released version 0.1.2 of the Ripsum gem. This version adds a new feature to the gem, a configurable library of words. The user can now pass in their own choice of placeholder text. Hipster Ipsum. Zombie Ipsum. Harry Potter Ipsum. Whatever you choose.

This is done by … Read More

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