New Series Tomorrow and More - RichOnRails News - February 12th, 2016

New Series Tomorrow and More - RichOnRails News - February 12th, 2016

 Published February 12, 2017
 Last updated February 12, 2017 News - February 12th, 2017

It's been a bit quiet, but a LOT is going on behind the scenes. Here is what's going on at

  1. A new series, Building an API launches tomorrow night at 11pm CST. This new series will be free for everyone, but pro members get early access. We will cover building an API from the ground up, including writing tests and implementing requirements. New articles will be released twice a week. Monday nights and Thursday nights.
  2. Work on refactoring the eCommerce series is continuing. I hope to have it done very soon.
  3. A new series on building an AngularJS app from the ground up is coming soon as well. We will cover everything you need to create your own AngularJS 1.x app.
  4. Many site enhancements are almost completed. The ability to change your payment method, resubscribe before your pro membership benefits end, and much more. Also, the community forum will launch soon as a tool to give you guys feedback.
  5. A LOT has happened on the business side of things that paves the way for things like giveaways and the newsletter. This includes boring things like creating the actual business entity, obtaining a mailing address, and much more. All very time consuming and expensive stuff here in the U.S.
  6. Speaking of the newsletter. I will be doing a big push very soon to get the rest of the features on the backlog for the website implemented. At which point, I will launch our first ever newsletter.


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