How to build a Twitter clone in Rails, real-time drawing with Action Cable, 60+ Rails 7.1 features with examples, and a new Hotwire job board.
New releases of Ruby, Stimulus, and Nate Hopkins's "TurboBoost" libraries; the first video from the Rails SaaS Conference; and a tutorial on rolling your own authentication.
The Rails Foundation, an exciting new API was added to Stimulus, vanilla Rails is “plenty”, a new Turbo Native article, and more.
Creating custom Turbo Stream actions, using View Components in modern Rails apps, how to minify your Tailwind CSS in production, and more.
Turbo v7.2 is live with support for custom Turbo Streams, two 3+ hour free video tutorials, and results from the Rails Hackathon.
The junior developer edition - tips, tricks, and advice for getting hired and how seniors can empower them.
RailsConf videos are live, I'm doing a Turbo Native live stream, and lots of content from Matt Swanson.
The official Rails Discord channel, common a11y improvements for Rails apps, and the most popular links of the past year the newsletter.
A RailsConf wrap-up with links to slides, Query Objects in Rails, custom Turbo Stream actions, and the 2022 Ruby on Rails Community Survey results.
How to recreate Notion in Hotwire 🤯, events going on the week of RailsConf, a paid course made free, and more in this month's edition.
RailsConf tickets are on sale, how to implement live updating notifications, Bullet Train goes open source, and I announce a Turbo Native workshop.
19 features built in Hotwire, a free and open source course, dynamic forms with Stimulus, and more in this month’s edition.
An interview with DHH on Rails 7, building authentication from scratch, and a surprisingly healthy Reddit conversation on Turbo.
Rails 7 is here! Also, a brand new podcast, why DHH thinks the time is right for Hotwire, and an in-depth article on building a real-time chat app.
A podcast with Basecamp's lead Android developer, Hotwire-powered open source projects, and tutorials on modal forms, "like" counts, slow forms, and more.
Two live coding videos, Turbo Native in the real world, and tons of Hotwire tutorials.
Hotwire 1.0 official release, Stimulus tutorials, and a huge list of open source Hotwire apps.
How to build a Twitter clone with Rails and Hotwire, HEY-inspired pop-ups, and some folks looking for Rails work.
Learn Hotwire by building a forum, an open source Turbo-iOS starter project, and an opinionated collection of Stimulus best practices.
Where to find help/documentation and how to get started with Hotwire: Turbo (Native), Stimulus, and Strada. Also, some exciting links I've collected since launch.