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…
Why do this? As usual, we'll start with why. Why do this to our existing Ruby on Rails application? There are several reasons
We always keep our Ruby on Rails application up to date. Starting from Rails 5.1.0, rails-ujs is a part of the Rails itself.
We hate duplication. Why should we keep using jquery-rails (the gem for jquery-ujs) if Rails itself already has the rails-ujs with similar functionality?
We love to keep our Gemfile clean. We drop any gem that we don't use anymore. Jquery-rails is…
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…
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