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  • Tampa.rb: Mystery Meetup!

    Suncoast Developers Guild

    Meeting details are yet to be determined. If this message is still here, and the date is less than two weeks away, nag us (Jason or Gavin) because we've dropped the ball!

  • Tampa.rb: Mystery Meetup!

    Suncoast Developers Guild

    Meeting details are yet to be determined. If this message is still here, and the date is less than two weeks away, nag us (Jason or Gavin) because we've dropped the ball!

  • Tampa.rb: Mystery Meetup!

    Suncoast Developers Guild

  • Tampa.rb: Mystery Meetup!

    Suncoast Developers Guild

    Meeting details are yet to be determined. If this message is still here, and the date is less than two weeks away, nag us (Jason or Gavin) because we've dropped the ball!

  • Tampa.rb: Mystery Meetup!

    Suncoast Developers Guild

  • Tampa.rb: Mystery Meetup!

    Suncoast Developers Guild

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  • Annual Holiday Party!

    Suncoast Developers Guild

    Join us on Thursday, December 19, at 7 pm for a festive holiday get together! We will have light bites, drinks, and raffles! Optional Festive Fun: Holiday sweaters are welcome! If you would like to participate in the white elephant, please bring a wrapped gift under $10 that is appropriate for a work/school setting. Feel free to bring other beverages that you enjoy during the holidays, as well as cookies or other holiday treats to share.

  • Elixir for Rubyists

    Suncoast Developers Guild

    Join Barry Ezell for an introduction to the Elixir programming language for current Rubyists

  • Tampa.rb: Mystery Meetup!

    Suncoast Developers Guild

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  • React + Rails API happy together with Graphiti + Spraypaint

    Suncoast Developers Guild

    Is the future of Rails as a great backend framework to generate an API for the consumption of a modern Javascript SPA? Could be! With the adoption of webpacker for Rails the framework is upgrading the front end experience, but does it go far enough? In a recent project, Gavin has been using Rails as only an API and using a React based front end and loving it! This is because of two amazing libraries that help ease some of the pains of generating and consuming, a JSON-API api. Gavin will present on using the Graphiti gem (https://rubygems.org/gems/graphiti) to create a JSON API and the Spraypaint JavaScript library (https://www.npmjs.com/package/spraypaint) to consume it. We'll talk about using React to glue these worlds together. (and we will talk about React hooks too!) This will likely be a live coding demo so things could get ca-razy!!