In my last few Rails projects, I have been exploring strategies to create and utilize “components” similar to how components are used in Ember. Rails doesn’t have a simple, native way to do this. However, I think I’ve come up with a good way to accomplish this, and I have … Read More
I was working on Tempo the other night and ran into a pretty common situation I wasn’t sure how to solve right away. I had created profile pages for my users and given them the option to edit their profile. However, I needed to make sure that a user couldn’t … Read More
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
I’ve been putting in a few hours each day this week on my new project: Tempo. I’ve spent most of that time running into snags, but in the process have learned a lot of things.
At the crux of my application are users, so it seemed like the right … Read More
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
I’ve written before about my not so mild hatred for the request to open all external links in new tabs. For those who don’t know, this is done by adding target="_blank" to the anchor tag. I don’t like doing this for so many reasons, but I’ll save that rant for … Read More
Recently, I worked my way through the D3 Intro Course taught by Ian Johnson over at Front End Masters and have been practicing what I’ve learned ever since. I’m not great at it (yet), and I haven’t made anything too amazing, but I am getting a better … Read More