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Charts
Episode #223Jul 19, 201062 comments

Charts

There are a number of libraries to help create graphs. Here I show how to integrate Highcharts into a Rails app. (16 minutes)
PDFKit
Episode #220Jun 28, 201072 comments

PDFKit

Generating PDFs in plain Ruby can be a lot of work. Instead, consider generating PDFs from HTML using PDFKit. (8 minutes)
Multistep Forms
Episode #217Jun 07, 201054 comments

Multistep Forms

See how to create a multi-step (wizard) form from scratch in this episode. (15 minutes)
A/B Testing with A/Bingo
Episode #214May 17, 201019 comments

A/B Testing with A/Bingo

A/B Testing (or Split Testing) is a way to experiment with variations in an application to see the most effective option. (11 minutes)
Calendars
Episode #213May 10, 201074 comments

Calendars

If dates play an important role in your application, consider adding a date picker or calendar view as shown in this episode. (9 minutes)
Validations in Rails 3
Episode #211Apr 26, 201045 comments

Validations in Rails 3

Rails 3 offers several new additions to validations. Here learn how to make a custom error_messages partial, reflect on validations, and clean up complex validations in a model. (9 minutes)
ERB Blocks in Rails 3
Episode #208Apr 05, 201039 comments

ERB Blocks in Rails 3

Blocks in ERB templates are handled differently in Rails 3.0 Beta 2. Learn all about it in this episode. (9 minutes)
Syntax Highlighting
Episode #207Mar 29, 201019 comments

Syntax Highlighting

Here I talk about three popular choices for syntax highlighting in Rails: CodeRay, Ultraviolet and Pygments. (9 minutes)
Unobtrusive Javascript
Episode #205Mar 15, 201054 comments

Unobtrusive Javascript

Keep JavaScript out of your HTML content with unobtrusive JavaScript. Here I show how Rails 3 works with this best practice. (13 minutes)
XSS Protection in Rails 3
Episode #204Mar 08, 201031 comments

XSS Protection in Rails 3

It is easy to be vulnerable to cross site scripting attacks in earlier versions of Rails, but Rails 3 solves this by automatically escaping unsafe input. (8 minutes)