When you see something like the below, what do you do?
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You need to add Emoji storage support to your Rails application, but the DB either rejects the data or mangles the Emoji.
Devise does do some password validation on its own, but that's mostly front-end or controller-based, not on the model itself. If you want to add additional password validation to your Devise models you have to be careful to add it in a way that accommodates how Devise stores and processes passwords. To wit: Devise never actually stores the raw password on the model, even though there's a field for it. That's because as soon as your model is saved with something in the password field Devise takes it out, encrypts it, and then stores it in the encrypted_password field.Read More