Welcome to another week of Web-Crunch Weekly. This week I continue my Let’s Build series by introducing my latest installment to my Let’s Build: With Ruby on Rails. This installment features a Twitter clone type of app that focuses on user authentication and much more.
Feature queries, also known as the @supports rule, were introduced as an extension to the CSS2 as part of the CSS Conditional Rules Module Level 3, which was first published as a working draft in 2011.
In the past four years, our company has grown from 0 to 100,000 points of distribution, releasing some of the fastest-selling products in two categories. And now, we’re excited to announce the launch of Just Scramble.
Its foundational ingredient? A 4,400-year-old legume called a mung bean that magically scrambles like an egg.
Vue.js has been widely adopted by the Laravel community, but I haven’t seen much adoption in the Rails community. I have experimented with Vue.js in a couple different Rails applications and have had a very positive experience. I hope that this tutorial will show how easy it is to incorporate it into a Rails app and hope that the Rails community adopts the library as well. This tutorial will demonstrate building a Vue.js and Rails application from scratch.