Chewy Gem with Active Model Serializers in Ruby on Rails 5.2.3

I’ll talk about how to use Chewy gem and Active Model Serializers on Rails app. Chewy is one of ElasticSearch's clients and extends elasticsearch-ruby with various extensions and utilities. It is similar to elasticsearch-rails but I recently had an opportunity to use it in some projects so I’d like to share its usage.

Set up Mysql, ElasticSearch…

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A front-end developer, TypeScript, React, React Native, Vue.js, Go, and Swift. https://manatoworks.me/

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Manato Kuroda

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A front-end developer, TypeScript, React, React Native, Vue.js, Go, and Swift. https://manatoworks.me/

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