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2018-08-13

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2018-01-13

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[22:57:00] toastercup: Howdy, folks! Does anyone have any ideas how to support some kind of 'dynamic plugin/engine' system for multitenant, SaaS Rails applications? Plugins in our system are Rails Engines, and we'd like users to dynamically load them on-the-fly for their particular instance. Is the only way to do this to spin up multiple instances of the server? Bundler doesn't seem to be built for this sort of thing.

2015-12-07

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[17:59:27] toastercup: Hey friends! Do you know how I can access the Rails/Rack Request context from a gem that's providing ViewHelpers?
[18:01:34] toastercup: Interesting. That's not working.. but I'll look into it :)
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2015-11-30

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[13:48:12] toastercup: e caching... agh
[13:48:12] toastercup: Hewwo friends! Thinking about how to structure a (conceptually) pretty simple Gem.. It's supposed to provide a helper method to any Rails view that makes 1 request to an API based on the currently executing Request. Anyone have ideas on how best to structure it? I'm just not sure how to ensure that only 1 API request is made per end-user request, reset that value every fresh request, and also handl
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2015-11-11

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[04:04:01] toastercup: Hey friends! Is there any way to emulate the ability to create custom <tags> like you might with AngularJS or Polymer, but server-side? I'd like to create ERB or HAML extensions that intercept HTML tags in a template. Any thoughts?...
[04:33:45] toastercup: Repeating myself 'cuz I'm a jerk: Hey friends! Is there any way to emulate the ability to create custom <tags> like you might with AngularJS or Polymer, but server-side? I'd like to create ERB or HAML extensions that intercept HTML tags in a template. Any thoughts?...
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2015-10-08

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