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Published in : 2015-02-02 | by Railscasts Reloaded
Learn how to add autocompletion to a search form and improve performance using Rack middleware, caching and switching from SQL to Redis.
Published in : 2014-09-03 | by Railscasts Reloaded
Almost every Rails application needs pagination, and will_paginate is a great way to go. Here I show you how to set it up, customize the way it looks, and see ...
Published in : 2015-03-11 | by Railscasts Reloaded
FnordMetric allows you to chart events in real time. This is great for keeping track of user activity in your Rails app as demonstrated in this episode.
Published in : 2015-02-02 | by Railscasts Reloaded
Do you ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes when a Rails controller handles a request? What do the "render" and "redirect_to" methods do exactly?
Published in : 2015-03-11 | by Railscasts Reloaded
Ransack allows you to easily build complex search forms. It also helps in adding sortable links and building a dynamic advanced search page.
Published in : 2015-03-11 | by Railscasts Reloaded
Here we take a look at two tools to aid us in development: Better Errors which makes it easier than ever to debug exceptions, and RailsPanel, a Chrome ...
Published in : 2015-04-02 | by Railscasts Reloaded
Sunspot makes it easy to do full text searching through Solr. Here I show how to search on various attributes and add facets for filtering the search further.
Published in : 2014-10-24 | by Railscasts Reloaded
Nginx and Unicorn make a killer-combo for hosting a Rails application in production. Learn how to configure each in a Vagrant virtual machine in this episode.
Published in : 2015-02-02 | by Railscasts Reloaded
Models can quickly become a grab-bag of unrelated methods if behavior is constantly being pushed from the controller. Here I show how to refactor this using ...
Published in : 2014-10-23 | by Railscasts Reloaded
Long requests should be moved into a background process, and Delayed Job is one of the easiest ways to do this because it works with an Active Record ...