99.99% of our startup clients have one question in common – how will we accept payments? In this article I’ll show how to integrate your Ruby on Rails application with Adyen payment processing. It has a solution for mobile, online and in-store transactions, their technology enables merchants to accept almost any type of payment, anywhere in…Details
Today, our team of Ruby on Rails developers decided to share their experiences with implementing complex systems using microservices architecture. We have a client who is startup with well established business and millions on investments. Our full-stack Ruby on Rails developers help to create digital assets to automate different business processes of this client. The…Details
This is first tech post about different aspects of creating Ruby on Rails microservices. This microservice is a complex wizard form. It allows to fill the data in step-by-step wizard. It works without any persistence layer, just passing the data through. Ruby on Rails microservice without database. To work with forms without any database at…Details
Today, I was very glad to help to save about 1500$ for our client’s startup. They took our advise to accept Braintree’s offer of $50k in processing free of fees:)
Take advantage too! It is pleasure to share knowledge to help our clients with business issues in addition to Ruby on Rails development.
Today I noticed that created by us iOS app got first review. And it was 5 stars. The mobile app was created for Box at Work.
Box at Work is a smart way to store on-demand your stuff in eco-friendly and convenient way.
Mobile app in appstore, https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/box-at-work/id1069644344?mt=8
Mobile app in google play, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.boxatwork.app&hl=en
Today I decided to publish different statistics related to our website, facebook and linkedin pages. We start with last week to previous week stats of the facebook page. And here we have week 2 week stats of Syndicode’s facebook page. The huge difference is generated by posting to blog 4 instead of 2 blog posts…Details
Sometimes you need to trace all invoked methods in your program. Earlier there was a set_trace_func tool that was very slow and not convenient. Fortunately, starting from Ruby 2.0 we have another one – TracePoint API which aims to replace it. Strictly speaking, the TracePoint API is simply an Object-Oriented wrapper around the now obsolete…Details
Today, I had discussion with one potential client for our agency if Ruby on Rails application scales well comparing to other modern technological stacks to create web apps and backends for mobile apps. We discussed his startup idea. We went into other things he has to take care except for Ruby on Rails development. At…Details
Fan with combinators: Kestrel sign. Did you use Kestrel in ruby? This pretty nitt combinator, that can give you so much power. Originally it’s called K and looks like this: Did you have it? It returns you only one element if you give him two. As lambda expression. Ruby is great language. It has Object.tap…Details
If in doubts which technology stack to use for your next online business startup, go with ruby on rails. Do you need arguments? Google is full of them, https://www.google.com.ua/search?q=why+ruby+on+rails