Inbound Email in Rails with Mailgun – Part One

One of the features I implemented recently at work was allowing users to create “cards” inside their workspace by sending an email to the workspace itself.  While not a revolutionary thing to do, it is a step towards giving users the ability to forward confirmation emails to their workspace and have it auto-generate data based on the email contents.

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Scheduler Brain Dump 19MAY2016

I had some time before medical appointment this morning to think a bit more about the Scheduler service I need to create for my PRC-119 app.  I have a tendency to think through solutions in my head but not write them down causing me to have to cover the same ground the next time I actually sit down to code.

What follows is a stream of consciousness “brain dump” about that feature/service and some other random thoughts.

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