Sometimes it’s going hard. Whatever you do it is not what you wanted and imagined to be. But, as you know, every cloud has a silver lining! And soon you will forget about these no-go times. Just relax and read our new Syndicode Digest #34 – Anguished typewriting.
Do you remember our article about the most popular RoR gems? There we created the scope of gems are still in use from 2014. Using them you’ll definitely make your work simpler because all you need is already created. But “the times they are a-changin'” as Bob Dylan said. So today we have even better gems to share with you. Syndicode has found a treasure chest with 7 gems to provide better RoR architecture.
What is evil? Is the knowledge you will never use is a pure evil? Or shiny prospects you see when starting the brand new programming language? This could be promising, as we wrote earlier in Decision making by the developer article, but expectations might not become true. Stay tuned to avoid facing the evil, read our new Syndicode Digest #27 – Vitriolic book.
We have published many articles about Rails benefits and how good this framework for different types of marketplaces or web applications. But there’s nothing perfect in this world. So every single programming language or a framework has specific problems to be fixed by the developers. In this article, we’ll show you security issues solutions in RoR.
This time the digest will be published in the morning. This is explained by its name. You know the feeling when you have a lot of work and have already done a lot by now, but suddenly comes the moment when you can not work anymore? This moment your brain occupied by nothing and you stare at something with no thoughts. Are you familiar with this? Welcome morning Syndicode Digest #20 – Morning frustration!
Recently we presented you the list of the most used Ruby on Rails gems from 2014 to 2017. Now it’s time to introduce you another gem called webpack. In this article, we will show you how to use webpack gem to get Rails data into React component.
In our previous material on web app development, we pulled off the curtains on why Ruby on Rails is ideal for web application development. This time we would like to focus on the initial Ruby on Rails web app development process. Read 8 steps to develop your own web application.
Every programmer has his own list of tools and resources he uses for everyday work. But sometimes we find that our lists are quite similar to the lists of the others. It might be explained by a series of reasons: the level of spread, quality, popularity within the community and so on. Today we decided to share with you the results of Syndicode’s small research about the most used Ruby on Rails gems for all the time.
Where would you be without your favorite web application today? Imagine that you have no longer ability to use the same application across all your devices and share/edit or send information to your friends using the same version of the app? Or isn’t it a nightmare to install all your applications on the hard drive? In this article we will talk about web applications and why Ruby on Rails is ideal for Web App development.
Knowledge is never enough. Welcome new book of useful knowledge named “Demystifying Rails”. It geared towards experienced web developers who want to not just use Rails, but understand how its conventions are pieced together.
Bright Friday (9th of August to be precise)…And our 4th Syndicode Digest has arrived. Backend Awesome Elixir links https://github.com/h4cc/awesome-elixir#authentication Learn how to do Microservices. NOW! http://www.vinaysahni.com/best-practices-for-building-a-microservice-architecture Get your way with closures. In ruby. https://scotch.io/tutorials/understanding-ruby-closures Why you never wan’t side effects without isolation https://semaphoreci.com/community/tutorials/isolate-side-effects-in-ruby Be like mutant and start testing properties https://troessner.svbtle.com/kill-all-the-mutants-a-deep-dive-into-mutation-testing-and-how-the-mutant-gem-works Use NoSQL, Luke! https://medium.baqend.com/nosql-databases-a-survey-and-decision-guidance-ea7823a822d#.ma9qqor0m Frontend Fantasy land now has ChainRec,…
Today is the day, when new Syndicode Digest arise from the ashes. Now version 2. Updated (19.08.2016). But we know, here the link for the old one. (Link here) Ruby and Rails: Avoid rails. No rails. For JSON generation. https://dockyard.com/blog/2014/05/27/avoid-rails-when-generating-json-responses-with-postgresql Heroku and Passenger. Get more from less. https://blog.phusion.nl/2015/11/10/heroku-and-passenger-focus-on-the-app-performance/ Rails 5. Development mode. http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2015/11/11/snappier-development-mode-in-rails-5/ Your rating system in ruby…