Ruby on Rails Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Wow. Very nice. My rails app looks ugly.

On Mar 22, 2017 3:03 PM, "fabrizio bertoglio" <fabrizio.bertoglio@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello Experts,

I have been developing with Ruby on Rails for 4 months and I just finished my first app (the link below).
For my next app I thought about using the open source project Discourse that uses a lot of Ember.js for the App and Ruby on Rails as backend API, but I am skeptic about this as I really LIKE Ruby on Rails, I would like to work on the Backend and I have some Angular, Jquery, HTML, CSS skills that I would like to sharpen, while learning also SQL and some Backend staff..

My question is if Ember.js is really useful, as when a JS Framework is used in developing a Ruby on Rails App, ofter we are speaking of a team of developers and consequently some will be taking care of Front End while other Back End. I would like to be in the Backend team, so I think that the best approach for developing my Apps for now is only using Ruby on Rails, but I am a noob and I would like to receive some advise.

https://barteringapps.herokuapp.com/

Thanks a lot
Fabrizio Bertoglio

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Ruby on Rails

Hello Experts,

I have been developing with Ruby on Rails for 4 months and I just finished my first app (the link below).
For my next app I thought about using the open source project Discourse that uses a lot of Ember.js for the App and Ruby on Rails as backend API, but I am skeptic about this as I really LIKE Ruby on Rails, I would like to work on the Backend and I have some Angular, Jquery, HTML, CSS skills that I would like to sharpen, while learning also SQL and some Backend staff..

My question is if Ember.js is really useful, as when a JS Framework is used in developing a Ruby on Rails App, ofter we are speaking of a team of developers and consequently some will be taking care of Front End while other Back End. I would like to be in the Backend team, so I think that the best approach for developing my Apps for now is only using Ruby on Rails, but I am a noob and I would like to receive some advise.

https://barteringapps.herokuapp.com/

Thanks a lot
Fabrizio Bertoglio

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Ruby on Rails

People,

I run a RoundCubeMail Webmail server on Fedora 25 x86_64 and this works
out very nicely for me wherever I am using a desktop computer with large
screen but the Android RoundCubeMail app is terrible and other mail apps
are no good for various reasons. I am think of building a really simple
Rails Webmail client - just to read mail in the INBOX initially - and if
that works out OK - enhancing the client to:

- read other Maildir folders

then:

- add a reply / forward mail option

then:

- add other features in priority order

I was thinking the display of messages would be really simple ie just
Subject buttons of the mails in a list on the web page which would open
the mail for reading on clicking / pressing.

Also, that some RAM-based DB could be used for storing the messages read
in a folder - which would just disappear on logout or get recreated on
changing folders.

Do people think this viable / worth doing? Is there a simpler solution?
If it is worth doing, I would just put the code up on GitLab to try and
get some other people interested in further development.

Thanks,

Phil.
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PO Box 896
Cowra NSW 2794
Australia
E-mail: phil@pricom.com.au

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