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- How to know which gem version to install (Rails 3.2) [1 Update]
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How to know which gem version to install (Rails 3.2)
mike alex email@example.com Jan 18 05:53AM +0100
Hi Frederick, I mean if I use a gem I don't know if putting " gem
‘gemane’ " will cause problems because the newest version of the gem
only works with rails 4. I’m worried I start using gems and the newest
version only works on rails 4 and it causes issues that I can’t figure
Thanks James! So just to make sure if one of the dependencies is Rails
4, I would need a previous version?
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Curtis Ovard firstname.lastname@example.org Jan 17 06:23AM -0800
I'm pretty sure you can't save files on heroku. You would need to save it to something like AWS.
Jordon Bedwell email@example.com Jan 17 08:27AM -0600
> I'm pretty sure you can't save files on heroku. You would need to save it to something like AWS.
If it’s for a user you could just offload it onto them too by using
something like jszip and doing it in browser.
Takashi Nakagawa firstname.lastname@example.org Jan 17 01:55AM -0800
Walter Lee Davis email@example.com Jan 17 09:25AM -0500
Have you read anything about polymorphic relationships yet? That's a good place to start. Rails Guides, ActiveRecord Relations, read the whole page, but pay attention to the section on Polymorphism.
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