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Animate TailwindUI components via Stimulusjs within Rails.

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Lesson 28: QuickBooks Desktop Integration Master Class – Trailing White Space

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Animate Your Stimulusjs Components.

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"Sprinkles" showdown: Alpinejs vs Stimulusjs

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Upgrade Certbot Let's Encrypt SSL Renewal Client to Use ACME-V2

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Lesson 27: QuickBooks Desktop Integration with the QBWC – QBXML & Special Characters

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Why Stimulusjs Is Good.

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Stimulusjs 2.0

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Rails 6 – Turning off parallelization.

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Run 3 different Rails & Ruby versions, 1 Sinatra app, and 2 Postgres versions in dev without Docker.

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Recording a VCR Cassette of a Background Job in Rails 5.2 and Rails 6

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Advanced Rails & Devise Sign up

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Lesson 26: Updating an invoice p.2 – QuickBooks Desktop Integration w/ the QuickBooks Web Connector

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Using Rails Integration tests to help quickly style my app with TailwindUI

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SVG icons, Rails & TailwindUI

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Integrating Tailwindui with Devise Part II – Leveraging Simple Form

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Lesson 25: Updating an invoice p.1 – QuickBooks Desktop Integration w/ the QuickBooks Web Connector

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Integrating Tailwindui with Devise views.

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Using Tailwindui with Rails 6

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Lesson 24: Adding an invoice – QuickBooks Desktop Integration with the QuickBooks Web Connector

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Using Vanilla Jumpstart to Make a Landing Page in Rails 6 – Part 6b

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Using Vanilla Jumpstart to Make a Landing Page in Rails 6 – Part 6

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Tmux console web browsing – Going from Elinks to w3m on MacOS

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Lesson 24: Updating a Customer: Part II – QuickBooks Desktop Integration w/ QuickBooks Web Connector

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Using Vanilla Jumpstart to Make a Landing Page in Rails 6 – Part 5

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Using Vanilla Jumpstart to Make a Landing Page in Rails 6 – Part 4

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Lesson 23: Updating a Customer: Part I – QuickBooks Desktop Integration w/ QuickBooks Web Connector.

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Lesson 22 – Creating a Customer On Your App And Then Sync It To QuickBooks Desktop.

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Using Vanilla Jumpstart to Make a Landing Page in Rails – Part 3

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Lesson 21: How To Handle Customers

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Lesson 10 – QBWC Setup: Part I

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Lesson 19 – QuickBooks Desktop Integration Setup – Iterator Send Request: Part IV

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Lesson 20 – QuickBooks Desktop Integration Setup – Iterator Send Request: Part V

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Lesson 18 – QuickBooks Desktop Integration Setup – Iterator Send Request: Part III

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Lesson 17 – QuickBooks Desktop Integration Setup – Iterator Send Request: Part II

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A brief note on using VCR recorded specs with QuickBooks OAuth2

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Lesson 16 – QuickBooks Desktop Integration Setup – Iterator Send Request: Part I

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Testing a qbo_api gem request for TLS 1.2 support

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Testing a quickbooks-ruby request for TLS 1.2 support

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Refreshing the QuickBooks OAuth2 access token

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Access the QuickBooks Online API with OAuth2

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Getting Started with QuickBooks Online Webhooks

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The modern Ruby QuickBooks client: Part 3 - Gem Contributing

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The modern Ruby QuickBooks client Part 2

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Multiple QuickBooks Sandboxes

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Getting starting with the modern Ruby QuickBooks Online client, the qbo_api gem, Part 1

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Getting started with Nodejs and QuickBooks Online Part 4

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Getting started with Nodejs and QuickBooks Online Part 3

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Getting started with Nodejs and QuickBooks Online Part 2

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Getting started with Nodejs and QuickBooks Online Part 1

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How I test against QuickBooks Online API

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Encoding a QBXML Request

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Connect to Rails and QuickBooks Online via a sandbox

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Connect to QuickBooks Angular directive

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Bare-bones QuickBooks Single Sign On with Rails

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Easily turn a Ruby Hash to QuickBooks XML

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Grow your LinkedIn contacts with connect templates

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Write a great Github readme with live local preview

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Vim, Rspec, and Tmux productivity booster

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Custom matchers in the VCR Gem

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Increased developer productivity with Tmux Part 10: w3m Console Browser - Part 1

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Increased developer productivity with Tmux Part 9: Terminal.app

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Increased developer productivity with Tmux Part 8: Copy mode

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Increased developer productivity with Tmux Part 7: More Elinks

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Increased developer productivity with Tmux Part 6: Elinks

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Increased developer productivity with Tmux Part 5: Send-keys

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Increased developer productivity with Tmux Part 4: Starter template

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Increased developer productivity with Tmux Part 3: Sessions

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Increased developer productivity with Tmux Part 2: ~/.tmux.conf

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Increased developer productivity with Tmux Part 1: 5 minute overview

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Improve your QuickBooks/Ruby integration experience with the quickbooks-ruby-base gem

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Behind the scenes: Creating the quickbooks-ruby-base gem. Part 1

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Behind the scenes: Creating the quickbooks-ruby-base gem. Part 2

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Behind the scenes: Creating the quickbooks-ruby-base gem. Part 3

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Behind the scenes: Creating the quickbooks-ruby-base gem. Part 4

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Quickly test drive the creation of a grunt plugin. Part 1.

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Quickly test drive the creation of a grunt plugin. Part 2.

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Quickly test drive the creation of a grunt plugin. Part 3.

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Automatically reload your Chrome extension during its development.

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Integrating Rails and QuickBooks Online (QBO) via the version 3 API: Part 1

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Integrating Rails and QuickBooks Online (QBO) via the version 3 API: Part 2

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Integrating Rails and QuickBooks Online (QBO) via the version 3 API: Part 3

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Modify an existing page with a Chrome extension built using Angular and Yeoman Part 2

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Modify an existing page with a Chrome extension built using Angular and Yeoman Part 1

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Developing a Chrome extension with Yeoman

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Using Yeoman along with the ng-book.

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