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Showing the most recent resources. The latest one is from 2020-08-05.
  • We can increase efficiency of the background jobs by meticulously enqueuing only those jobs which are actually going to be executed and avoid jobs getting enqueued and discarded immediately.
    Article  Added by prathamesh-sonpatki // // 3 days ago
  • Learn more how to send large files securely for free using ruby with firefox send. We evaluated couple of free services and finally chosen firefox send.
    Article  Added by Sam // // 4 days ago
  • Slow database queries are a common performance bottleneck for Ruby on Rails apps. Simplifying a complex query is often not possible due to the underlying business logic. Instead, you can extract parts of a query, cache and reuse them to improve performance. In this tutorial, I’ll describe a range of techniques on how to do it.

    We will cover more advanced ActiveRecord and PostgreSQL topics EXPLAIN ANALYZE, and query plan visualizer tool.
    Tutorial  Added by pawurb // // 5 days ago
  • First look at the upcoming Apple Silicon processor and what it will be like for us Ruby Developers. Honestly, I wish that it was a better experience. However, with macOS Big Sur being beta and the DTK not being the final consumer hardware, there's still hope yet.
    Tutorial  Added by kobaltz // // 6 days ago
  • Article  Added by prathamesh-sonpatki // // 9 days ago
  • Want better performance in Ruby on Rails? Here’s how Fast JSON API Serializer can help you by exposing more information as compared to Active Model Serializer.
    Article  Added by Sam // // 11 days ago
  • Until now, access to those internal tools and APIs were protected through a VPN. Last week we turn off the last of our VPNs and switched over to using Cloudflare Access.
    Article  Added by Kasia66 // // 12 days ago
  • It’s the height of summer, and we’re here with a real treat for Rubyists everywhere! At last you can have your cake and eat it too with the release of Bridgetown 0.16 “Crystal Springs”—write site templates in your choice of ERB, Haml, or Slim all while enjoying the benefits of Bridgetown’s Jekyll-inspired ease of configuration and rapid content development process.
    Article  Added by jaredcwhite // // 12 days ago
  • Glimmer 0.10.1 (Ruby Desktop Development GUI Library), Glimmer DSL for SWT 0.5.2, Glimmer DSL for XML 0.2.0, Glimmer DSL for CSS 0.2.0, and Glimmer Video Custom Widget 0.1.3 have been released!

    Glimmer finally officially supports Windows packaging as MSI/EXE via the `glimmer package` command (it unofficially supported it before)
    Article  Added by AndyObtiva // // 12 days ago
  • Today we would like to draw up a list of the most popular websites built with Ruby on Rails and provide you with more detailed information about the RoR framework, its advantages. This article will reveal why your next project should be built with the RoR tool.
    Article  Added by kolelawrence // // 13 days ago
  • Modern applications aren’t built in silos. They rely on the features of other applications. This reliance can come in the form of open-source libraries, access to a wealth of data, or complex features distilled down into a consumable API.
    Article  Added by Frenchcooc // // 13 days ago
  • Confused about how to integrate STRIPE for online payments? Here’s a quick guide that outlines the process in a few simple steps
    Article  Added by Sam // // 13 days ago
  • Sometimes we need to customize Ruby classes. I am going to introduce how to extend the Ruby Float class in simple steps.
    Article  Added by Sam // // 18 days ago
  • Cable Ready is a great addition for Action Cable, especially if you don't like to write JavaScript code to interact with your website's DOM in a real-time. It helps us to quickly write real-time applications that work out of the box.
    Tutorial  Added by pawel-dabrowski6 // // 19 days ago
  • Integrate Omnivore API in Ruby on Rails development to access every action and detail in PoS transactions. Here's how to install Omnivore API in your Ruby on Rails project.
    Article  Added by Sam // // 20 days ago
  • Article  Added by prathamesh-sonpatki // // 21 days ago
  • Discover value object design pattern that will help you to build Ruby code that is readable, testable, and simple.
    Article  Added by pawel-dabrowski6 // // 26 days ago
  • Ruby on Rails application can allow users to login using a mobile number through the devise RubyGem. Here are the steps to integrate devise in your Ruby on Rails project.
    Article  Added by Sam // // 27 days ago
  • Article  Added by cionescu // // 30 days ago
  • Glimmer (Ruby Desktop Development GUI Library) now supports the latest JRuby Otherwise, I've been asked to build a Mac App for displaying at-a-glance project progress for a list of tasks. Thanks to Glimmer, I've been able to prototype in 1 day only. Read on to learn the steps I followed.
    Article  Added by AndyObtiva // // about 1 month ago
  • Ruby on Rails development or Python, what sets them apart from each other? Knowing the difference can make a difference in your programming. While both have their strengths, a careful analysis can help you select the one most appropriate for your development needs.
    Article  Added by Sam // // about 1 month ago
  • This is a quick guide on a workaround to get your rails development running in SSL and under your production URL.
    Article  Added by Kasia66 // // about 1 month ago
  • Soft delete is a way where users can mark a record as no longer needed, but the data is retained.
    Tutorial  Added by kobaltz // // about 1 month ago
  • Learn more about how to install mariadb on Ubuntu and connect ruby on rails? MariaDB is a community-developed fork of the MySQL relational database management system intended to remain free under the GNU GPL.
    Article  Added by Sam // // about 1 month ago
  • Integrate your Ruby on Rails application with the Google Calendar API and add tasks. Follow these steps during Ruby on Rails development to integrate Google Calendar.
    Article  Added by bineetaparmar // // about 1 month ago
  • While some languages only use exceptions for truly exceptional circumstances, like run-time errors, Ruby uses exceptions for a wide variety of errors and unexpected results and even lets the developer creates its own exception.
    Article  Added by Frenchcooc // // 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.
    Article  Added by Sam // // about 2 months ago
  • Introducing themes, automations, Liquid Components, testing strategies, and a new Thor-based CLI—all to make your experience building Bridgetown sites a true delight.
    Update  Added by jaredcwhite // // about 2 months 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 Sam // // about 2 months ago
  • Opal-Async gem provides async non-blocking capabilities for tasks and enumerators as well as timeouts, countdowns, and intervals in Opal Ruby. It had just been published to rubygems and ownership was transferred to Andy Maleh, so he will be maintaining going forward.
    Article  Added by AndyObtiva // // about 2 months ago