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Not sure how to manage code concurrency in your rails code? We help you manage code concurrency through two easy fixes using Executors and Reloaders.
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A new rails tutorial - How to use active storage in Rails 6.2. Covered everything about Active Storage - from definition to installation to functionalities to major updates in recent releases. Check it out
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With rails 5.2, encrypted credentials were introduced. With the recent update Rails 6.2, have a glance at new features and updates on encrypted credentials here
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Scaling Rails apps is an process of master app architecture and supporting infrastructure. Learn how it’s done straight from our developer-friendly Rails guide.
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Looking to deploy your Ruby application in the cloud? Engine Yard has been a pioneer in Ruby on Rails hosting since 2006.
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Choose the best option to run your scheduled cron jobs in a container-based environment including Docker, Kubernetes, and Twelve-Factor Application implementations.
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As the name implies, the Ruby programming language thrives thanks to the presence of gems.
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Build an entire Rails application in just a single file that can be embedded in other web pages or used to implement a microservice.
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Leverage Rails controller methods as their own Rack applications to rapidly create and deploy microservices.
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The first in a series detailing design and deployment considerations for Ruby-on-Rails applications.
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Hotwire truly is a game changer for Ruby on Rails web application development. Here's why.
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Use the Ruby gems ahoy and blazer to track user metrics, usage patterns, and get the most out of your new application features
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Increase your feature velocity and release faster by using tools and techniques that actually slow the rollout initially in order to turn up the speed overall.
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Although object-oriented analysis and design is extremely valuable, services are a great mechanism to implement business logic in Rails applications.