Welcome to another edition of the Web-Crunch Digest. I’ve been suffering from a bit of burn out so if my publishing schedule has seemed a tad slow this is why! I think it’s good to take breaks from tasks you do consistently day in and day out. I hope you’ll agree!
In other news, Web-Crunch has a new logo. I’ll be updating everything soon to use the new look but I hope you like the refresh. (find it below).
This week I continued my Let’s Build for Ruby and Rails developers series. I’m hoping to get a v1 launched soon. Until then, expect more parts as things progress.
Up next, I plan to publish more Tailwind CSS content. It has become “how” I write CSS these days which is amazing to think about. Not long ago I wrote CSS in an entirely different way like I’m sure many other Tailwind CSS fans have.
Finally, I have a question for you.
I’m considering creating a new set of Rails templates that make use of Devise. The idea of this being that all the auth-based UI (The views Devise can generate) is pre-designed for you. This would in return allow you to kick off a new Rails app (using Devise) in an extremely fast manner. At a high-level, I’m thinking of offering different themes and layouts as well as using different CSS frameworks (Bootstrap, Tailwind CSS, etc…). Would something like this be of any interest to you?
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if you have any thoughts 🙏