I recently wanted to implement a drag and drop browser upload to one of my existing Rails applications. Even though it was not difficult, it felt quite rewarding once it was working (because I don’t like the classic upload forms). So I decided to share the solution for anyone who wants to do something similar.
Welcome to DanneManne.com
These posts will mainly have a coding focus. Most of it will be about Rails but as I try other things, I will try to share anything I find valuable, weird or just fun.
I have been using Vagrant for a while now. Overall I am very satisfied with the simplicity of it and the way it can standardize environments when it comes to collaborating with others. In my bigger projects I usually setup a
Vagrantfile.example with all the default settings that I commit to the git repository and then I add an exception for the Vagrantfile itself to allow for personal customization if that would be needed.
This is a guide on how to get up and running with Node.js on Mac OS X. The purpose of this tutorial is to be a reference post for other tutorials because when you have done it once, then you will probably not need to do it again. So I feel it’s unnecessary to include it all the time. Plus, it’s probably very basic for most of you.
There has been a lot of buzz within the community lately about upcoming releases of Ruby implementations to mobile devices and I am no less excited than anybody else. Anything that would get me away from that freakin’ Objective-C is welcome.