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seansullivan / async_action_for_items.js
Last active Sep 5, 2019
Perform Async Action over Items using Async/Await
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const results = await items.reduce(async (previousPromise, item) => {
const collection = await previousPromise;
try {
const result = await doSomethingAsync(item);
collection.successes.push(result);
} catch(e) {
collection.errors.push(e);
}
@rwarbelow
rwarbelow / running_app_in_production_locally.markdown
Created Nov 11, 2015
How to Run a Rails App in Production Locally
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  1. Add gem 'rails_12factor' to your Gemfile. This will add error logging and the ability for your app to serve static assets.
  2. bundle
  3. Run RAILS_ENV=production rake db:create db:migrate db:seed
  4. Run rake secret and copy the output
  5. From the command line: export SECRET_KEY_BASE=output-of-rake-secret
  6. To precompile your assets, run rake assets:precompile. This will create a folder public/assets that contains all of your assets.
  7. Run RAILS_ENV=production rails s and you should see your app.

Remember to clobber your assets (rake assets:clobber) and re-precompile (rake assets:precompile) if you make changes.