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How to Create An Online Petition that Maps your Supporters Location in WordPress

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Online petitions are a great way for companies and businesses to collect supporters for a particular cause. From a development standpoint it’s relatively easy to get this started.  We (the developers) create the form, our client (the company) shares it on social media and bada boom bada bing, you have supporters signing up. But what if we could collect more…

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Create Dynamic Downloadable Documents using Google Sheets and Google Docs

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Most of the websites that we develop include some form of downloadable PDF, XLSX, or DOC. These files might contain additional product information, pricing, or other specifications. Wouldn’t it be great to have the ability to update this information on-the-fly from the original source without having to re-upload the exported file? Today, I’m going to show you a very simple…

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Securing Your Rails Login With Devise

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When developing a Ruby on Rails application, one of the best gems to start with is Devise. Devise can handle user registration, login, forgot password initiation, and much more. While Devise works great from the get-go, there are times where additional tweaks are necessary to tighten up security in order to adhere to particular company policies. If your web application…

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Rails and React: Forms, Validations and Real-time Updates

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Over the last few years technologies and frameworks built around ‘real time’ web applications have become incredibly popular. Javascript libraries and frameworks such as Angular, React, Ember, Meteor and ExtJS are some of the better known examples. In this post we will look at how to use and implement the React javascript library in Rails via the ‘react-rails’ gem. We’ll…

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