Censorship in Korea is very different from that in America. In America, we bleep out a bunch of words that some people are too dirty, and nudity is very rare on television. When watching Korean television, it's not uncommon to see cigarettes, tattoos, or knives blurred out. Those are all expected forms of censhorship, and today I'm going to talk about a somewhat more unexpected form of censorship.
I recently saw an amazing way to integrate Vue into a Rails project, and I wanted to share it here! It's a super easy method that makes it dead-simple to pass data from Rails views into Vue componnets. Not only that, but it only requires that you have a single pack entrypoint for all of your Vue components!
A few days ago, CamelCamelCamel went offline due to some issues with their database. They lost a few hard drives and needed to recover the data on them. The drives were large and expensive, and the data recovery process was also pricey. To help offset the cost of this, they asked their users to donate. I'm upset about this, and you should be too.
When you have a Ruby on Rails app, you need to run database migrations occasioanlly. One way to do this is to deploy the code to production and run the migration manually. In this post, I'll show you the script I wrote to start up an ECS task that will run the migration for me.