All Resources

Showing the most recent resources. The latest one is from 2019-03-22.
  • The Web is the most powerful condition out there in this way, as anyone might expect, it changes always. New advancements, new methodologies and new imaginative methods for promoting are declared day by day and it is anything but difficult to be abandoned and befuddled in this continually changing condition.
    Article  Added by infohr // infocampus.co.in // 3 days ago
  • Manual testing is dead! The buzz has isolated the universe of programming testing in two sections. Some make forecasts about a future where all tests are robotized; others imagine that manual testing is as yet the best alternative. All in all, who is correct?
    Article  Added by infohr // infocampus.co.in // 3 days ago
  • Ruby on Rails is almost 15 years old but it’s nowhere close to passing on from the world of programming. While no longer among the most popular, Ruby on Rails is still widely used in 2019, offering maturity, stability, and high code quality. Let's see what else makes this a good choice for your app.
    Article  Added by JoannaStaromiejska // hi.monterail.co // 7 days ago
  • We revisit the classic Todo App, but this time we write it in Ruby. Guess what it's half the size of the React JSX equivalent. Checkout this blog post and see why you can program in Ruby all the time!
    Article  Added by catmando // medium.com // 9 days ago
  • A humorous look (an attempt at least) at explaining the various ways of getting your Javascript into Rails with the new Webpacker gem: Webpack, Webpacker, and Modules, Oh My! How to Add Javascript to Ruby on Rails
    Article  Added by blackninjadojo // blog.blackninjadojo.com // 20 days ago
  • Overview of notable features coming soon in Ruby on Rails 6.
    Article  Added by kobaltz // www.driftingruby.com // 21 days ago
  • Java is a robust and widely used programming language. This Java tutorial is designed for anyone who wants to learn Java from scratch. This tutorial will walk you through to all Java concepts by using examples. Examples are 100 times better than text when it comes to understanding any concept. We have included all the concepts with example to gain in-depth knowledge of Java.
    Tutorial  Added by vinodkasipuri // mindmajix.com // 25 days ago
  • For integration tests/feature specs that are noisy and hard to understand, Page Objects can be a handy way to improve the signal-to-noise ratio.
    Article  Added by jasonswett // www.codewithjason.com // about 1 month ago
  • Step by step instructions for setting up Google Analytics on a Rails 5 / Turbolinks app.
    Tutorial  Added by evrimfeyyaz // evrim.io // about 2 months ago
  • In this episode, we look at different ways to use pattern matching with Regular Expressions in Ruby.
    Tutorial  Added by kobaltz // www.driftingruby.com // about 2 months ago
  • It is very easy to get started with HTTP caching in Rails, but there are a few small things you need to watch out for. Handling layout changes is one of those things, and I explain how to do that in this article.
    Tutorial  Added by evrimfeyyaz // evrim.io // about 2 months ago
  • How we can use error messages in our open source projects as a teaching opportunity and why we should care.
    Article  Added by aldesantis // medium.com // about 2 months ago
  • Implementing various methods of caching in Rails is relatively simple, and in most basic cases Rails handles cache invalidation out of the box or with minimal code. But when using many-to-many associations, propagating changes in one object to all its associated objects needs some setting up so that Rails can handle cache invalidation. In this article, I talk about various methods of achieving this, and why one should choose on over the other.
    Article  Added by evrimfeyyaz // evrim.io // 2 months ago
  • With Rails 6.0 is around the corner, Action Text has been merged into the Rails repository. However, it can still be used on a Rails 5.2 application while we wait for its official release.
    Tutorial  Added by kobaltz // www.driftingruby.com // 2 months ago
  • As long as your application exists, some developers leave others will join. It’s good to have some metrics about certain code smells. A code smell is part of your source code which may be the root of a design problem but is not actually a bug. It’s good to have some tools to be “lord of the smells” for Padrino - don’t let smells lower the quality of your project.
    Article  Added by wikimatze // wikimatze.de // 2 months ago
  • Rails provides a few different methods of HTTP caching out of the box, and one of them is conditional GET requests. In this article, I talk about how you can get started with using this feature in Rails.
    Tutorial  Added by evrimfeyyaz // evrim.io // 2 months ago
  • Write sandboxed rake tasks that rolls back any changes you made to the database upon exit.
    Article  Added by manojmj92 // medium.com // 3 months ago
  • I was always asking myself how I can use cloud services like heroku to deploy Padrino applications without having an own server.

    In this post I’m going to show you how you can a simple “Hello Padrino” app on heroku - ones without and ones with database interactions.
    Article  Added by wikimatze // wikimatze.de // 3 months ago
  • Learn when it is worth to split a big Pull Request into a bunch of smaller ones and how to do it smart. I present 6 good practices, 7 methods, and 4 Git Strategies for PRs splitting.
    Article  Added by agndroids // www.thedroidsonroids.com // 3 months ago
  • Shows how the coupling of Ruby and R, with the Galaaz library, allows the Ruby developer to create beautiful plots.
    Article  Added by rbotafogo // medium.freecodecamp.org // 4 months ago
  • On the heels of re:Invent, it's been a great week for the serverless community. And one of the most exciting things in AWS's re:Invent goodie basket? Ruby support for Lambda! Get started with Ruby and Lambda quickly and easily with the Serverless Framework!
    Article  Added by nerd-dad // serverless.com // 4 months ago
  • After using Heroku for years, I wanted to give AWS Elastic Beanstalk a try. My experience during deployment was less-than-stellar, so I wrote a tutorial on deploying a Rails 5.2 / PostgreSQL app on AWS Elastic Beanstalk to help others who might be in the same situation I was.
    Tutorial  Added by evrimfeyyaz // evrim.io // 4 months ago
  • How many times have you, while investigating an (admittedly rare ;)) production bug, stumbled upon an exception backtrace that just doesn't have enough information? For example, an exception gets reraised, destroying the original backtrace with it. So now your logs say that your AI failed to take over the world with AIEpicFailError (great, you already know that), but not why (Timeout::Error while connecting to stackoverflow.com).
    Article  Added by Kasia66 // blog.cloud66.com // 4 months ago
  • This is an article showing how developers can bring their testing and documentation infrastructure to the next level
    Article  Added by Blackening999 // startupcraft.io // 4 months ago
  • Detecting outdated browser in one way on both Ruby-backend and Node.js-frontend
    Article  Added by dsalahutdinov // dev.to // 4 months ago
  • How not-null constraint and default values help to write better code
    Article  Added by dsalahutdinov // dev.to // 4 months ago
  • The Software-as-a-Service model has turned the IT industry upside down. Is Ruby on Rails the technology to do the same with SaaS?
    Article  Added by mreyman1990 // ideamotive.co // 4 months ago
  • A guide designed to help technical recruiters screen Ruby on Rails developers.
    Article  Added by lewisstowe // devskiller.com // 5 months ago
  • 🦇 Laundry day at the Batcave. Testing asynchronous threads in Ruby explained.
    Article  Added by AppSignal // blog.appsignal.com // 5 months ago
  • By leveraging native Linux file permissions we are able to deploy quickly, avoid application permission errors, and still maintain file level security!
    Article  Added by Kasia66 // blog.cloud66.com // 5 months ago