Background There are many gems for implementing two-factor authentication for Rails app out there. But, most of them don't work properly with Devise out from the box. Some gems offering seamless integration with Devise gem never work smoothly with our existing Rails app. This is why we share our experience and strategy to implement two-factor authentication using Devise and ActiveModel::Otp gems. This implementation, based on our experience, works very well with the latest Google Authenticator app…
Why Bullet Gem? For this Rails optimization, we'll focus on optimizing repeated SQL calls to retrieve objects associated with many relationships: N+1 queries problem. The solution to such an issue is an eager loading association. Unoptimized N+1 affected code takes a significantly longer time as N times additional SQL calls are needed. But, we should be careful when using that eager loading approach. This because unused eager loading can deteriorate our Rails app performance instead of improving…
Why we write this guide There are several reasons
The official guide provides very little info.
We underestimated the effort to do this. This long post explains our similar experience.
Yet, that long post doesn't give a brief step-by-step guide. So, we decide to fill the gap.
1. Add Webpacker to Gemfile We recommend you to leave the sprockets gem in your Gemfile if it's still needed. Or, if you plan to move gradually. Don't worry because both of them won't interfere with each other. In our…
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