noticed

Notifications for Ruby on Rails applications (by excid3)

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  • System Notifications with Noticed and CableReady in Rails
    3 projects | dev.to | 30 Nov 2022
    The Noticed gem makes developing notifications fantastically easy by providing a database-backed model and pluggable delivery methods for your Ruby on Rails application. It comes with built-in support for mailers, websockets, and a couple of other delivery methods.
  • Help with receiving email notifications - hint would be appreciated
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/rubyonrails | 11 Aug 2022
    I highly recommend the noticed gem for sending notifications. It supports a bunch of different delivery methods, including email, and it's really well documented.
  • GSoC 2022 CircuitVerse | Week 5 and 6 Report
    3 projects | dev.to | 23 Jul 2022
    Currently, CircuitVerse uses activity_notification gem for the Notifications but the gem is not maintained any more and the notification page is very lagging. So we decided to replace the gem and we found noticed gem by chris oliver of Gorails.
  • User notifications with Rails, Noticed, and Hotwire
    4 projects | dev.to | 21 Mar 2022
    Rails developers that need to add a notification system to their application often turn to Noticed. Noticed is a gem that makes it easy to add new, multi-channel notifications to Rails applications.
  • Are there built in Ruby-tools to help you code out and monitor CRM-like workflows (e.g. upon action X, event Y will trigger in 5 days, and event Z in 15 days, etc). Need something that a user can monitor on a console.
    5 projects | reddit.com/r/rails | 11 Jan 2022
    Have you looked at Caffinate or noticed ?
  • Rails application boilerplate for fast MVP development
    63 projects | dev.to | 6 Aug 2021
    noticed for notifications
  • Learning Ruby: Things I Like, Things I Miss from Python
    11 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Feb 2021
    > I think often the things that don’t exist are not there for good reasons... using Stripe’s api for example from a module is pretty trivial in my experience, it’s just HTTP and you don’t need to be super clever about it.

    It's way more involved than inserting an auth token header into an HTTP request and calling some API endpoint.

    For example, what about verifying webhooks? The official libraries for Stripe (Python, Ruby, Node, PHP, Go, JS, etc.) deal with this for you.

    But with Elixir, you're on your own. This is very low level code to have to deal with and it's extremely important you get it right.

    You're left having to parse Stripe's specification on this and then implement the code yourself in Elixir. It's so tricky and involved that the Dashbit company (the creator of Elixir and members of the core team work there) wrote a blog post on it at https://dashbit.co/blog/how-we-verify-webhooks.

    But before a few months ago that blog post didn't exist. Also this isn't the only thing you'll have to do yourself when it comes to interacting with Stripe.

    Then you'll have to do similar things for other payment providers all which are different in a lot of ways, but with Rails you have the combination of having official Ruby clients from those payment providers and even the Pay gem which lets you support payments from multiple providers. That could easily be a few months of dev time just for that abstraction alone if you had to go about that from scratch and your implementation wouldn't have any track record until you start using it and ironing out the bugs from real world experience.

    > Again notifications doesn’t sound particularly difficult and I don’t see why I’d want to rely on some complex gem that does every option when I don’t need them

    Don't take this the wrong way but this seems to be the mindset of almost everyone I chatted with when it comes to Elixir. When someone asks how to do something, the answer is it's trivial or easy to implement but there's never any examples posted on how to do it.

    In my mind trivial or easy means I can sit down in maybe a few hours or a day and write a production ready solution, complete with tests and have it work exactly how I want without running into any major roadblocks.

    I'd be curious to see how you would implement https://github.com/excid3/noticed or https://github.com/excid3/pay. Based on your responses of saying these things are easy I'm guessing you've written large apps with Phoenix where you've developed features like this in a production app? It would be fantastic if you could post some code examples or a blog post on how you went about this. Not just to answer my specific question but I'm sure the community would appreciate having concrete examples of how it's done. This way more folks would use the framework.

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