This is a guest post by Alex Griffith [https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexgriff],
originally published on the Flatiron Labs blog
[https://medium.com/flatiron-labs]. Alex is an engineer at The Flatiron School.
He is also an incredibly talented teacher who happens to have a hilarious
twitter handle [https://twitter.…
Since I clearly cannot get enough of JWT
[https://www.thegreatcodeadventure.com/jwt-authentication-with-react-redux/], here's a look at how to
use it to authenticate your shiny new Phoenix API with a React + Redux front-end
application, using React Router 4.
In this post, we'll cover:
The best things are real-time things, so I won't bore you with another
introduction on why we all need to build real-time features into our
applications. People want to chat and share files and collaborate on documents
and projects and put pictures of cats on things in real-time.
In my apparently never-ending quest to do more Action Cable all the time, I
decided to tackle a implementation of Rail 5's Action Cable with multiple
While the newly updated Rails docs
[http://edgeguides.rubyonrails.org/action_cable_overview.html] provide excellent
explanations and examples, there does seem…