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Rails : Auto updating geo-coded object attributes

Lets say you are setting your model such that, user only needs to set / input their zipcode and whenever they modify the zipcode the application needs to re-calculate the address information like… 128 more words

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Introduction to Geo-Coding in Rails


Geocoding typically refers to the transformation process of addresses and places to coordinates.

# Example
Geocoder.coordinates("25 Main St, Cooperstown, NY")

It is sometimes called forward geocoding whereas Reverse geocoding uses geographic coordinates to find a description of the location, most typically a postal address or place name. 835 more words

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Stopping Rails from autogenerating .coffee, .scss and helper modules

Everytime you generate new controller, Rails auto-generates some files like

$ rails g controller some_new_controller
 create app/controllers/some_new_controller_controller.rb
 invoke haml
 create app/views/some_new_controller
 invoke rspec
 create spec/controllers/some_new_controller_controller_spec.rb
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Extending the Ruby on Rails Tutorial - Part 6 - Re-send activation email

Extending the Ruby on Rails Tutorial – Part 6 – Re-send activation email

This is part 5 of my extending Michael Hartl’s Ruby on Rails Tutorial (3rd Edition) 2,335 more words

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Ruby On Rails - AWS Linux

I have been working on setting up a Ruby on Rails project and using Amazon Web Services (AWS) to host it.  AWS EC2 instance out of the box of course is not setup to run rails.   267 more words


Object Oriented Javascript : ECMA Script 5 : Summary


JavaScript is famous for being the world’s most misunderstood programming language. JavaScript is now used by an incredible number of high-profile applications, showing that deeper knowledge of this technology is an important skill for any web or mobile developer. 1,133 more words

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The Iron Yard- Week 1

Whew, made it through week one! Folks weren’t lying when they said I’d be putting in much more time learning Ruby on Rails than the requisite 40 hours a week of lecture/lab time. 248 more words

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