We need take the big question too: Ruby has a future? Or its Go and JS (vue, react, etc) to eat all the backend and frontend pie?
There's a lot of old gems without updates.
@waghanza Well... yeah, RPG and Modula2 has a future, out of the question. I mean as a main language for web development, with an strong community and an updated gemset covering all the new technologies. That's my wish, but I'm not sure.
I'm watching how the new thins are created for nodejs and go, even they are replicated in python, but I don't see the same response in ruby.
rubyfit more for
absolute_url(:posts, :index)resolves to a more specific route like
/posts/:year/:monthand errors out with
Mustermann::ExpandError: cannot expand with keys , possible expansions: [:year, :month]. Apologies if there is some documentation/migration guide out there that I missed that addresses this. Thank you for your time.
:indexand the old router it seems would disambiguate based on request method and params?
Demo::App.controllers :posts do get :index do; end # /posts get :index, with: :id do; end # /posts/:id get :index, with: [:year, :month] do; end # /posts/:year/:month post :index do; end # /posts patch :index, with :id do; end # /posts/:id delete :index, with: :id do; end # /posts/:id end
absolute_url(:posts, :index)to resolve to
I am new to ruby (like couple weeks new) and trying to implement omniauth-okta but getting the following error "OmniAuth::Strategies::OAuth2::CallbackError at /auth/okta/callback
csrf_detected | CSRF detected" I have know clue as how to proceed
set :public_folder, PADRINO_ROOT + '/public'in the app.rb file in each sub-app - then the sub-app looks at the same 'public' folder as the main app, and I don't have to specify a hard path to the :layout each time.