- Hotwire and Turbo Frames make it easy to add lazy-loading into our Rails apps — I'm talking only 12 lines of code! Plus, we can use TailwindCSS to create a skeleton loader for our Turbo Frames.
- Here are the basics of installing Redis and Sidekiq, and then adding Redis and Sidekiq to your Ruby on Rails app. This is everything you need to get set up — no fluff, just a couple of commands. Let's go!
- Rails 7 introduced a lot of new things, but honestly, the `bin/dev` script is the thing I notice the most. I want to try to give your some insight into how `bin/dev` and `Procfile.dev` work together...