Thanks, Hima. Leaving aside the scheduling of the task, I am getting an error when I run the rake task. My task calls a model method:
task fetch: :environment do Currency.connection # Appears to be required Currency.get_rates end
Great article and very true. Pragmatic Studio and Hartl are excellent resources. A large part of the difficulty is the terseness of the official Rails Guide. I know documentation is not fun to write for people who can — and would rather — code, but Rails will continue to dwindle unless this is addressed. FWIW, I have a copy of The Rails 4 Way (book) and have reviewed it on Amazon.
Thanks. Seems like a super write up. I’m afraid it doesn’t help me as after following all these steps successfully, my old RailsInstaller seems to still be pointing to the old version of Ruby (2.2), eventhough I’ve just installed 2.5 in C:\Ruby25-x64 and it’s referenced in my Path:
Thanks — great resource. I suggest adding to the inline-template and template-x sections to mention that these need to exist outside the DOM element to which Vue is attached. See https://stackoverflow.com/questions/52940350/vue-component-error-property-or-method-x-is-not-defined-on-the-instance-but-ref.