Top 5 Ruby Actioncable Projects
Open-source customer engagement suite, an alternative to Intercom, Zendesk, Salesforce Service Cloud etc. 🔥💬Project mention: Chatwoot 2.0 - Open-source alternative to Intercom / Zendesk | reddit.com/r/opensource | 2021-12-09
Polyglot replacement for Ruby WebSocket servers with Action Cable protocolProject mention: Kubing Rails: stressless Kubernetes deployments with Kuby | reddit.com/r/ruby | 2021-11-30
I decided to give it a try for the AnyCable demo application, which requires deploying not only a Rails app, but also additional services for AnyCable.
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AnyCable Rails integrationProject mention: AnyCable - Couple questions about | reddit.com/r/ruby | 2021-03-16
For playing around with ActionCable just using it out-of-the-box is absolutely fine. As you mentioned in a production environment ActionCable becomes strained after ~1k connections (ref) but luckily with the help of anycable-rails the configuration changes required are minimal.
The missing drop-in solution for realtime remote form validation in Rails. (by leastbad)Project mention: Hotwire vs React/Vue/Alpine/Whatsoever | reddit.com/r/rails | 2022-01-11
I see it the following way: - Wrap a form into a Turbo Frame. - Attach a Stimulus controller to the form. - Listen for change events and perform a form submission (requestSubmit()) whenever an input value changed. - Use a specific parameter to distinguish real submissions from preview ones (e.g., by toggling a hidden input field value in the form): in the controller, do not call #save if it's a preview request; only render a form in response with validation errors. - The most challenging part: since the HTML contents of the form would be replaced, we need restore the cursor position and any new input data. I think, using morphdom solves this issue; that's how (I believe) Stimulus Reflex and optimism library in particular work.
Lightweight Action Cable implementation (Rails-free)
Ruby Actioncable related posts
Kubing Rails: stressless Kubernetes deployments with Kuby
2 projects | reddit.com/r/ruby | 30 Nov 2021
Real-time stress: AnyCable, k6, WebSockets, and Yabeda
2 projects | reddit.com/r/ruby | 7 Sep 2021
Scaling ActionCable in Production?
1 project | reddit.com/r/rails | 19 Aug 2021
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