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AngularJS
Episode #405Feb 05, 2013162 comments

AngularJS

AngularJS is an awesome framework for easily creating rich, client-side applications. Its powerful bindings allow you to do a lot with very little code. Here I show how to integrate Angular with a Rails app. (16 minutes)
ActionController::Live
Episode #401Jan 19, 201343 comments

ActionController::Live

Server-sent events allow you to trigger events on the browser from a persistent connection to the server. This requires Rails stream data which can be done through ActionController::Live, a feature upcoming in Rails 4. (14 minutes)
Uploading to Amazon S3
Episode #383Sep 26, 2012125 comments

Uploading to Amazon S3

Here I show how to upload files directly to Amazon S3 using CarrierWave Direct and Fog. I then walk through another project which uses jQuery File Upload to handle multiple files and does not use CarrierWave. (14 minutes)
jQuery File Upload
Episode #381Sep 21, 2012107 comments

jQuery File Upload

Here you will learn how to upload multiple files over ajax using jQuery File Upload. I start with the basic functionality and customize it to fit the user interface. (13 minutes)
A Look at Meteor
Episode #351May 16, 201261 comments

A Look at Meteor

Meteor is a JavaScript framework for building rich client-side applications. Here I re-create the Raffler app to compare with Backbone.js and Rails. Meteor may not be related to Rails, but I think many will find it interesting. (15 minutes)
Backbone on Rails Part 2
Episode #325Feb 13, 201263 comments

Backbone on Rails Part 2

In the second part of this two part series on Backbone.js, we finish up the Raffler application. Included is how to create entries through a form, respond to events, extract sub-views, pre-populate records, visit routes, and more. (24 minutes)
Backbone on Rails Part 1
Episode #323Feb 08, 2012169 comments

Backbone on Rails Part 1

In this first part of a two part series you will learn basic Backbone concepts including models, collections, routers, views and events. The backbone-on-rails gem is used for Rails integration with the asset pipeline. (18 minutes)
Running JavaScript in Ruby
Episode #297Nov 07, 201124 comments

Running JavaScript in Ruby

Sometimes logic needs to be shared between the server-side (Ruby) and the client-side (JavaScript). Here I show how to run JavaScript directly in Ruby through ExecJS and therubyracer. (14 minutes)