Using images in a Rails application is a task that you'll be asked to perform quite regularly. In this guide I'll walk through how to incorporate images into an application, starting with a manual integration and following that up with how you can leverage the Rails asset pipeline and helpful methods such as image_tag.
Full size images on web applications are popular design components. In this guide we'll walk through how to add an image background to a Rails 5 application that utilizes Bootstrap 4.
This guide explains how you can set a full size video background in a Rails application that utilizes Bootstrap 4.
In this initial deep dive we're going to walk through how to install and configure the Carrierwave library in order to enable the ability to upload files in a Rails application. We're also going to install dot-env, Carrierwave AWS, and additional libraries that are needed for the full feature.
In this guide we extend our Carrierwave integration so that our files are uploaded to Amazon's S3 file hosting system instead of hosting them in the local application.
In this final guide of the section we'll walk through how to add custom styles to Bootstrap file upload buttons. Additionally, we'll walk through a debugging session where we refactor the image placeholder tool that was originally a model concern.
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