Hi, My name is Andy Leverenz and I work as a Product Designer at Dribbble. For fun I design, code, and write. Check out my blog called Web-Crunch where I publish design and development tutorials with the occasional vlog.
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Welcome to my 13th Let’s Build: With Ruby on Rails. This build will feature a multitenancy workout app which uses a popular gem called Apartment, nested attributes, and Vue.js integration.
We’ll be building a workout tracker type of app to demonstrate the multitenancy approach to a. web app with Ruby on Rails. Working locally we will utilize a `lvh.me` domain (a domain registered to point to `127.0.0.1`) to allow our app to function as it should during development. Follow along using both the written guide and videos below to learn how to take advantage of what Ruby on Rails and the multitude of gems available offer us.
This video is an overview of the multitenancy-based application we will be building.
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