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A good introduction to programming in general. Easy on newer programmers.
A lot of important government documents are created and saved in Microsoft Word (*.docx). But Microsoft Word is a proprietary format, and it's not really useful for presenting documents on the web. So, I wanted to find a way to convert a .docx file into markdown.
On a mac you can use homebrew by running the command
brew install pandoc.
|# The following comments fill some of the gaps in Solargraph's understanding of|
|# Rails apps. Since they're all in YARD, they get mapped in Solargraph but|
|# ignored at runtime.|
|# You can put this file anywhere in the project, as long as it gets included in|
|# the workspace maps. It's recommended that you keep it in a standalone file|
|# instead of pasting it into an existing one.|
|# class ActionController::Base|
forked from https://gist.github.com/chetan/1827484 which is from early 2012 and contains outdated information.
Templates to remind you of the options and formatting for the different types of objects you might want to document using YARD.
#Simple Authentication with Bcrypt
This tutorial is for adding authentication to a vanilla Ruby on Rails app using Bcrypt and has_secure_password.
The steps below are based on Ryan Bates's approach from Railscast #250 Authentication from Scratch (revised).
You can see the final source code here: repo. I began with a stock rails app using
rails new gif_vault