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Showing the most recent resources. The latest one is from 2021-07-23.
  • Everyone knows how messy Rails controllers can become. In this Hanami Mastery episode, I implement the service-object pattern - but on steroids.

    Using dry-monads in my sample Rails application you'll learn how to write a truly framework-agnostic web applications.
    Tutorial  Added by swilgosz // hanamimastery.com // 1 day ago
  • Glimmer DSL for SWT has shipped with explicit system tray support, greatly simplifying the addition of a tray item to an app. It also now supports multiple parallel animations on a canvas, and animation property data-binding.
    Article  Added by AMaleh // andymaleh.blogspot.com // 5 days ago
  • Data input processes may be subject to different business rules than the data it ultimately correlates to in your system. You can still use familiar tools to apply those constraints and validations that only apply in this one case.

    Learn how to improve the robustness of CSV file ingestion using ActiveModel::Validations in this article.
    Article  Added by kevin-j-m // blog.thegnar.co // 5 days ago
  • Learn the ins and outs of applying labels in Glimmer DSL for SWT desktop GUI with or without images, or just use as separators of content.
    Article  Added by AMaleh // andymaleh.blogspot.com // 9 days ago
  • Imagine this scenario. You built this baseball game ticketing management app for clerks to accept ticket purchases over the phone. You already applied branding to it. Now, you want to take it online. Thankfully, Glimmer DSL for Opal lets you auto-run all the GUI code on the web without changing a single line of code.
    Article  Added by AMaleh // andymaleh.blogspot.com // 11 days ago
  • This is the first Glimmer DSL for Opal sample (Weather) that performs a network call over the Internet using the Ruby Net::HTTP API. This should hopefully open the floodgates in the future to real web app development with calls to Net::HTTP.get and Net::HTTP.post_form to communicate with Rails applications.
    Article  Added by AMaleh // andymaleh.blogspot.com // 13 days ago
  • If you've ever worried if your hash has stringified keys or not - and you didn't have Rails in your hand.... then check this out! The new Hanami Mastery episode covers a neat way to transform anything into anything else in Ruby!
    Article  Added by swilgosz // hanamimastery.com // 15 days ago

  • What the title says. In other news, Glimmer 2 was released, including the new Shine data-binding syntax support, which was extracted from Glimmer DSL for SWT and shared with Glimmer DSL for Opal (sharing is caring eh!?).
    Article  Added by AMaleh // andymaleh.blogspot.com // 16 days ago
  • Analytics can provide great information about your users and the content that you're producing. With using the Ahoy gem, we can gather powerful analytics without handing them over to third parties.
    Tutorial  Added by kobaltz // www.driftingruby.com // 19 days ago
  • Glimmer DSL for SWT just added its 60th sample with the Weather app elaborate sample included in v4.20.0.4! Also, added Hello, Shell! in v4.20.0.3! Come get 'em while they're hot!
    Article  Added by AMaleh // andymaleh.blogspot.com // 20 days ago
  • Glimmer DSL for SWT v4.20.0.1 and v4.20.0.2 bring the following Hello samples aboard: Hello, Composite! / Hello, Layout! / Hello, Tool Bar! / Hello, Cool Bar!
    Article  Added by AMaleh // andymaleh.blogspot.com // 21 days ago
  • No, you are not hallucinating!!! The uses of <=> and <= to denote bidirectional (two-way) and unidirectional (one-way) data-binding respectively are real code from the updated Hello, Computed! sample working in Glimmer DSL for SWT 4.20.0.0, thanks to the new Shine syntax for View/Model Attribute Mapping and Ruby's ultra-malleable DSL syntax support. Also, AARCH64 experimental support has been added courtesy of the new SWT 4.20.
    Article  Added by AMaleh // andymaleh.blogspot.com // 22 days ago
  • This article shows the thinking process behind evaluating the Hanami ruby framework as a Rails replacement, in a working project, the mistakes I've made, and the learnings I've taken from that experience.
    Article  Added by swilgosz // www.useo.pl // 22 days ago
  • Ruby on Rails for web development is popular amongst enterprises and companies. Here’s why Ruby on Rails is popular for app development.
    Article  Added by bineetaparmar // www.botreetechnologies.com // 29 days ago
  • We were building apps on Rails, using the Asset Pipeline, and whenever we wanted to look at the logs generated by our controllers, they’d be swamped with requests for the assets on each of the pages. So, we assembled the quiet_assets gem.
    Article  Added by elizabethlvova // evrone.com // about 1 month ago
  • These are the top 5 SaaS solutions and apps built with Ruby on Rails. They showcase that Ruby on Rails projects are still worthy of building powerful web applications.
    Article  Added by bineetaparmar // www.botreetechnologies.com // about 1 month ago
  • Step by step guide on how to deploy and manage a Rails application from code to production on Linode with Cloud 66.
    Article  Added by Kasia66 // blog.cloud66.com // about 1 month ago
  • A perfect and reliable Django vs Ruby on Rails comparison for two popular web development frameworks for your next application. Read our comprehensive guidelines for Django vs Rails.
    https://www.botreetechnologies.com/blog/django-vs-ruby-on-rails-comparison/
    Article  Added by bineetaparmar // www.botreetechnologies.com // about 1 month ago
  • Ruby on Rails development provides several opportunities in 2020. Here’s how Ruby on Rails web development can help you overcome obstacles. There’s also a list of some of the best Rubygems.
    Article  Added by bineetaparmar // www.botreetechnologies.com // about 1 month ago
  • Working on large features can be tricky. I’ve spent the last few months refining a process that makes it easy to keep in touch with the main branch, to make reviews more manageable, and with little GIT overhead.
    Article  Added by merciremi // remimercier.com // about 1 month ago
  • This case study features Imagine it. Since 2021 Imagine it has deployed the Rails application Fakturan.nu with Cloud 66 Maestro on AWS.
    Article  Added by Kasia66 // blog.cloud66.com // about 1 month ago
  • Here’s a detailed blog on how to add jQuery in your Rails 6 application with the help of webpacker!. #rails, #webpacker, #jquery, #ruby, #jQuery
    Article  Added by bineetaparmar // www.botreetechnologies.com // about 1 month ago
  • Ruby on Rails web development framework is still going strong. Read this blog to know what makes Ruby on Rails for web development so relevant for businesses in 2020.
    Article  Added by bineetaparmar // www.botreetechnologies.com // about 1 month ago
  • Using non-RESTful routes in your Rails application can lead to a lot of undue chaos and uncertainty. Don’t be afraid to break away from conventional patterns of mapping all of your controllers to models just for the sake of doing it when there are more expressive and straightforward ways to divvy up the responsibilities of your controllers.
    Article  Added by kevin-j-m // blog.thegnar.co // about 1 month ago
  • This case study about a homecare application for tracking employee visits showcases why Ruby on Rails is perfect for home care app development and caregiver websites.
    Article  Added by bineetaparmar // www.botreetechnologies.com // about 1 month ago
  • A basic guide optimistic locking, and how it can help you prevent overwriting a record with stale data.
    Article  Added by choncou // blog.unathichonco.com // about 2 months ago
  • Dotenv-linter — a lightning-fast linter for checking, fixing and comparing .env files.
    Look at an overview of the key changes included in this release.
    Article  Added by mgrachev // dotenv-linter.github.io // about 2 months ago
  • I don't get around to doing these too often, but they are always a lot of fun. In this episode, we'll look at ten different Ruby on Rails tips and tricks.
    Tutorial  Added by kobaltz // www.driftingruby.com // about 2 months ago
  • These 5 Ruby on Rails projects are the best examples of our capabilities. Check out how we worked with these Ruby on Rails projects and delivered the best outcomes.
    Article  Added by bineetaparmar // www.botreetechnologies.com // about 2 months ago
  • Being able to add interactivity to your web application is great. Being able to do it without having to write Javascript is better. This article describes a technique you can use in Rails to build an infinite scroll pagination feature into your app.
    Tutorial  Added by roelbondoc // roelbondoc.com // about 2 months ago