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Let's build for Ruby and Rails developers - Part 8

justalever profile image Andy Leverenz Originally published at web-crunch.com on ・2 min read


In part 8 of my Let's build for Ruby and Rails developers series I continue designing the individual job detail view using Tailwind CSS and Ruby on Rails.

Much of this design is subject to change but I went with a typical two-column layout for the detail view. Here we uncover more job details such as the description, company information, and company logo if present. We'll leverage the erb syntax to probably render Ruby code within our views backed by our database.

Coming up in the next few parts we'll be refactoring some design and digging into the job posting experience. I'll be using Vue JS to build a multi-step form with built-in Stripe support so an employer can post a job in three easy steps. Stay tuned!

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Product Designer @memberful/@patreon, Blogger/Vlogger @webcrunchblog, Guitarist 🎸 and YouTuber. I enjoy creating products, investing, and playing music. Hello Rails (https://hellorails.io)

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