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I have upgraded this episode to use Ruby 2.2.2, Rails 4.2.3 and ActiveMerchant 1.52.0. Here is the source code : Paypal Express
Authentication from Scratch : Register Feature using Rails 4.2.1 and Ruby 2.2.2
I have written an article on integration testing using Capybara and RSpec, check out:Stripe Recurring Billing Part 3
Simple File Upload using Amazon CORS support with progress bar
I have documented How to Install Alpha SSL certificate using Moonshine for Rails 4.1
Mocking a third party API is a very bad practice. However you can replace the mock with stub and raise the exception.
If you only run a single server, you have to use a third-party service to monitor your server. Because if your server goes down, Monit will go down with it.
Here is an excellent article on monitoring : Monitoring and Maintaining Your Server
Thank you. I was able to get it working with Rails 4.
I was able to get it working by following your blog post. I simplified the code a bit:
Syntax Highlighting using Rouge in Rails 4 Check it out:
How to syntax highlight the code? I see class='ruby' in the view code. Where is the CSS?
I developed a wizard using Angular JS. It is extremely simple and requires less code. It allows users to go back and change previous values. It's on github: https://github.com/bparanj/angular-wizard
x-tmpl is a dead project. This episode would have been better without using that template language. I would rather use jQuery file upload plugin with HTML5 and CarrierWave to implement the multiple file uploads with progress bar.
This is difficult to grasp when we don't know the big picture. Diagrams are required to introduce the concepts before jumping into code. Also including specs with the code would be helpful.