So, more of a UI question - I have a quiz app that I'm building, and am worried about how to set up the navigation. I can foresee questions being skipped/taken out of order, so I want to provide a clear way for the user to go to either the next question, or the next unanswered question, and quickly be able to track back to find any unanswered questions. Has anyone seen an elegant solution to this problem?
Hi all. I have a gem, and I would like to make sure that it is compatible with the newest major version of a library it has a dependency. Are there any good RSpec practices/ways of testing against multiple versions of a dependency?
tomoyuki28jp - I mean that I'm happy using the API mode and having built out the views for the devise API myself
It did take longer. But they 100% match the style of my other forms, and I like having full control of the api requests
tomoyuki28jp - I'm fairly new to pure client side development, so I've had some challenges. We decided to use JWT header authentication, and implementing the logic for managing that and persisting that data across page refreshes was a challenge.
Hi all. I'm trying to get the fully rendered HTML from a Mail::Message object (including the rendered layout and any partials). I can't really find documentation on how to do this though. Has anyone done something similar before?
Hi all. Not Rails specific, but I'm building an application that will have an API open to our customers. We would like to be able to perform some custom administrative features as well, which would never be part of our public API. Can anyone speak to the pros/cons of building out a unique admin API just for our internal use (i.e. "/api/v1" and "/admin/api/v1")?