As you've probably guessed by the title of my article, I still consider Ruby on Rails as a relevant technology that offers a lot of value, especially when combined with ReactJS as it's frontend counterpart. Here's how I approach the topic.
Webpacker can be an interesting alternative to the popular create-react-app tool. Learn how to use this gem to integrate Rails with React.
In this tutorial, we present how to build a map similar to the one on Airbnb using React app on the front-end and Rails 5 API on the back-end.
How to add a simple React pagination? Thanks to this tutorial you will be able to paginate the events based on the number of events on a page.
Have you added some event by accident or misspelled a name or description and you can't edit or remove the mistake? Our React on Rails tutorial will help!