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2017-03-27

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[00:46:14] l4v2: Just got a job as a mvc developer, however, not with Rails… I’ve been around Rails for a year or so, (that’s how I got the job, but now I have to learn node stuff)
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2017-03-23

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2017-03-16

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2016-07-31

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2016-07-30

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2016-07-29

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2016-07-28

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2016-07-27

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[02:01:05] l4v2: So I feel pretty comfortable with my understanding of rails structure so anyone on here hiring?
[02:02:55] l4v2: I know that the helper file is to store logic, especially if it is needed for more than one controller
[02:03:15] l4v2: and the second one is a hash in older and newer ruby
[02:04:33] l4v2: and it is always a good time to use Turbo links as previously stated.
[02:04:41] l4v2: Radar, how did I do?
[02:06:40] l4v2: That detailed huh?
[02:07:18] l4v2: Not all projects incorporate all things
[02:08:02] l4v2: My code so far is what I did with the Michael Hartl project
[02:08:36] l4v2: And I amm just almost done re reading his book to pick up on the details. I haven’t built anything yet
[02:25:49] l4v2: Thanks Radar, even though I did say I understood the structure of Rails (ya dink) :) pretty impressive body of work you got though
[02:29:20] l4v2: WIth a smiley face next to it, it should be taken in a playful manner
[02:30:18] l4v2: I will give Radar that he is a advanced coder, but I said I understood the structure of rails, so his response was technically wrong.
[02:31:08] l4v2: Structure would imply the basic structure of the Rails framework
[02:31:29] l4v2: I’m in a good mood though, I’m not trying to be a jerk.
[02:32:02] l4v2: Well that is where I am at now.
[02:33:37] l4v2: seavensacat, did you get a degree in CS?
[02:34:01] l4v2: totally useless right?
[02:34:37] l4v2: Well I’m in a bad area for tech, unless I want to do Java
[02:36:07] l4v2: I know, I already had an idea of my own project, but I need a job, cause I’m broke. I can’t play on the computer all day
[02:36:43] l4v2: It’s like 7 years of up front work
[02:37:17] l4v2: does he have solutions to it? I didn’t see any if I get stuck
[02:37:27] l4v2: but I only checked it out for a minute
[02:38:05] l4v2: What do you thnk I should build then?
[02:38:19] l4v2: out iof his 4 examples
[02:38:34] l4v2: the t shirt store with a shopping cart
[02:38:46] l4v2: you care
[02:39:52] l4v2: do you have a job?
[02:40:20] l4v2: are you an employee?
[02:41:06] l4v2: a Rails employee?
[02:41:31] l4v2: what did you write?
[02:41:35] l4v2: Rails Guides?
[02:42:56] l4v2: sevenseacat you wrote Rails 4 in Action
[02:49:15] l4v2: how long did that book take to complete?
[03:32:26] l4v2: Well Radar, I already had an idea for a big project, a social media caliber project, but maybe instead I will do the online t-shirt store with a checkout. Becuase a checkout is a pretty sueful concept
[03:33:39] l4v2: Ok, good idea, baby steps
[03:34:25] l4v2: I like your book too, I do not own it, but I think it’s cool that you worte one
[03:35:05] l4v2: to put the code in color instead of black and white probably would have cost a lot more to make huh
[03:36:53] l4v2: I’d like to read a book on the making of a code book ;)
[03:37:20] l4v2: make it all about the experiences gained from it
[03:37:29] l4v2: and the process
[03:52:00] l4v2: nice blog.
[03:52:20] l4v2: So do you all work for reinteractive?
[04:06:42] l4v2: Ok, well I have to clean my kitchen, I was gonna finish reading Michael Hartl’s book, first, but maybe I will get started on one of Radar’s project instead.
[04:09:29] l4v2: in my .rvm/gems file can I delete the symlinks? that look like this ruby-2-head@global
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2016-07-26

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[18:30:24] l4v2: THis is my first time trying to upgrade a rails app to a new version of rails (4.2 to 5.0), now when I built this app I was on Ruby 2.2.1 and rails 4.2.6. So according to Rails docs I have to be at least on ruby 2.2.2 so I made a new gemset with RVM to be Ruby 2.2.2 and Rails 5.0. Then I went into my gemfile and changed the rails gem to 5.0 and removed the Gemfile.lock file. I then ran bundle install and walla, it’s not
[18:30:25] l4v2: working. the rails command works outside of the project folder, but when I get inside the project it doesn’t. And when I do run bundle install I get a lot of this Bundler could not find compatible versions for gem "activemodel":
[18:30:26] l4v2: In Gemfile:
[18:30:27] l4v2: activemodel (~> 5.0)
[18:31:52] l4v2: Terens are you asking how to do it? or what do we use?
[18:33:23] l4v2: Terens I use Heroku for this app, becuase I am not paying, but I heard Capistrono is cheaper
[18:34:41] l4v2: helpa https://gist.github.com/cam271/aa052950a33f50b6a42ec2ea49e746c1
[18:42:33] l4v2: thanks matthewd, I see web-console (3.3.1, 2.0.0.beta3) was bundled, maybe I have to specify a non beta version.
[20:08:49] l4v2: Ok, still solving dependancy issues for Rails 5 upgrade. THis is the latest one. It gets to the install of json gem which my default enviornmnet is current version, but then it says it is trying to install 1.8.3, so I added that gem too, and this is what happens when I run bundle install https://gist.github.com/cam271/533ef06686a728e76c5a23a581e51aa7
[20:49:48] l4v2: Continuing with compilation. Please read 'rvm help mount' to get more information on binary rubies.’
[20:49:48] l4v2: when I updated to the newest version of RUby it said this in yellow ‘No binary rubies available for: osx/10.11/x86_64/ruby-2.4.0.
[20:55:32] l4v2: bweaver, I get the same thing when I try it with 2.3.1. I am using rvm
[20:58:23] l4v2: well I am trying to upgrade to rails 5 and when I run bundle update, it keeps crashing trying to install json 1.8.3, even though json is up to like 2.0.2. I erased the Gemfile.lock, si I don’t understand what is going on.
[20:58:47] l4v2: my ruby version was 2.2.1, so it said I had to be on at least 2.2.2
[20:59:36] l4v2: I don’t have json in the Gemfile and when I did gem install json it installed 2.0.2
[21:04:30] l4v2: I got it. it worked, just had to use the stable, thanks guys
[21:05:26] l4v2: does ruby use binaries?
[21:08:25] l4v2: So what yo all think about this rails test instead of rake?
[21:21:07] l4v2: I’ll have to look into Sinatra, it says it is an easier altrnative
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2016-07-25

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[23:15:57] l4v2: So I want to update my project to rails 5.0, which I have good documnetation on to follow. But I am wondering if the version of Ruby can be updated too?
[23:16:52] l4v2: I made a new gemset with the latest of each, but when I try to bundle, I get errors

2016-07-23

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2016-07-22

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2016-07-21

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2016-07-20

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2016-07-19

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2016-07-16

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2016-07-15

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[02:29:04] l4v2: Missing required arguments: aws_access_key_id, aws_secret_access_key (I jsut got all of the stuff from AWS and ran the commands like heroku config:set S3_SECRET_KEY=a88aauafhrugha7a
[02:29:25] l4v2: (that’s not really my key)
[02:29:51] l4v2: but that’s my error message when I try to run rails c production
[02:30:20] l4v2: I’ve been googling it for a few hours, am I missing something obvious?
[02:31:13] l4v2: no to Figaro
[02:32:04] l4v2: lots of stuff in the .rvm path coming up in the trace
[02:34:39] l4v2: I origionally crated this project, but then deleted it and cloned it from my repo. I’m wondering if I didn’t set something up, but I did run bundle
[02:36:30] l4v2: https://gist.github.com/cam271/555e582413ecfb68a2e825742a5b4976
[02:40:47] l4v2: No, I have that file in the stack trace
[02:45:15] l4v2: there’s also the config/initializers/carrier_wave.rb file
[03:03:08] l4v2: Is heroku run rails console --sandbox the same as rails c production?
[03:03:22] l4v2: minus the sandbox part
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[18:54:17] l4v2: how do I get a discription of what a method does when I run “string”.method in irb?
[18:55:51] l4v2: what about rails console? same thing then
[18:57:04] l4v2: Rails console doesn’t give info on the method either then right
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2016-07-14

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[19:57:40] l4v2: What does the * and & mean in this create(*args, &block)
[20:13:46] l4v2: What does the * and & mean in the docs that say this for create create(*args, &block)
[20:13:51] l4v2: is that the splat?
[20:14:07] l4v2: and block address>
[20:17:21] l4v2: havenwood thank you. Hey do you get paid to do this lol
[20:20:56] l4v2: Trying to learn how to read the docs
[20:24:52] l4v2: So when I see that in a doc it jsut means any number of args right?
[20:26:34] l4v2: how would those be used in ActiveRecords Create class?
[20:27:35] l4v2: create method ^
[20:28:17] l4v2: http://api.rubyonrails.org/classes/ActiveRecord/AssociationRelation.html#method-i-create
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2016-07-13

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[01:40:43] l4v2: how do I find common erb helper methods like link_to to see what built in methods Rails has?
[01:43:13] l4v2: never mind I found them
[01:43:49] l4v2: is that a git coomand option? seavenseacat
[01:44:24] l4v2: is there more to it?
[01:44:50] l4v2: oh my bad, I’m tired, later
[01:45:07] l4v2: you were answering baash question
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2016-07-12

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