BridgetownConf, Pagination, HTTP/3 & Actionable Errors

Chris and Andrew are back again today while Jason is not since he’s feeling a little under the weather. Today, we’ll find out how Andrew’s talk went at BridgetownConf, and Chris gives an update from the new updated missing template error page convo they had in last week’s episode. They also discuss some issues Andrew was having with Turbo and Pagy, Chris’s issues with pagination stuff, and we find out about this new gem for pagination called, FastPage for Rails apps. Also, the guys go down memory lane and share some hacky stories from their college and high school days. Go ahead and download this episode now!
[00:01:21] We hear about Andrew’s talk at BridgetownConf.

[00:07:31] Since Chris is getting up so early these days, he talks about how productive he feels programming early mornings and late nights, and Andrew shares how addicting it can be to slip into the zone and end up working into the wee hours of the night.   

[00:08:47] Chris brings up a college memory and having different sleep schedules, and he gives an update from last week’s convo about the new updated missing template error page.

[00:15:29] Andrew had a problem last week with passing params around. He wonders if Chris has run into weird issues with Turbo and Pagy, and then explains the problem he had hoping someone out there can help him fix it. Any takers?

[00:20:18] We find out some issues Chris had with pagination stuff.

[00:21:39] Chris brings up 37signals and a new blog where they had a new pagination thing posted.

[00:23:48] Andrew mentions Planet Scale blogging about something new for pagination called, FastPage.

[00:25:23] There’s conversation on having support, working on tickets, and what the new Hatchbox does better now since Chris made some changes. 

[00:28:50] Chris has been playing with the new Caddy supports HTTP/3 for fun.
[00:33:20] Find out about the show Hak5 that still exists, and the guys go down memory lane sharing stories from high school and college.

Chris Oliver
Andrew Mason


BridgetownConf, Pagination, HTTP/3 & Actionable Errors
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