This time, rather than setting up Stripe to receive payments, I would like to show you:
$.proxy()to handle callbacks given an specific context, which in our case is the instance of our object.
One might conclude that setting up an online shop is easy. That it implies placing a product catalog, writing a few of lines to describe the products and letting the user do the rest: enter the shop, pick a product and buy it. But sadly, it's as complex as establishing a real store, you have to rent a commercial space, decorate it, supply it, hire personnel and establish a proper sales strategy to seduce customers.
An online store has its own requirements to be functional, and many of those depend on how well designed the site is. The design team must focus their knowledge and experience on the customer. We need to take into account the habits of our customers. For example, we know that our customers buy online frequently, have a busy schedule, don't really have time to visit real stores and expect to have no difficulties during their purchase experience.
Hello all, this time I would like to show you how to sanitize your database using a very simple Ruby script.
This example has a very specific goal. You will find this
useful if you are using
Postgres as your database engine and
Rails as your
Rails is vastly used with
Postgres as a database engine. So I think this
example could come in handy for a great number of developers.
So, what do I mean with
sanitize? Well, sometimes you have records in the
Earlier this month I had the pleasure of attending Fluent Conf 2014. My expectations were high, as it was my first conference out of Mexico. With O'Reilly as the organizer, legendary developers like Paul Irish and Yehuda Katz present, in the beautiful city of San Francisco, among the friendliest dev community in the US, you could tell that my expectations were clearly high.
Drawing from the ideas on this older post and a webinar on omnichannel from UserZoom I have recently attended, I’d like to share a bit more of information about omnichannel experiences. More specifically: how to create them and how crucial they are to increase and expand your customer base and sales.
Let’s begin by defining the predecessors of the omnichannel eCommerce:
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