Probably, this digest had the hardest path of selecting the news to present. We doubted, then we were certain, then again doubted… But for now, you’re definitely reading the most interesting updates from this week. Here, in our Syndicode Digest #31 – Sigmoidal Uncertainty.
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.
Last time we showed you how to deploy Elixir on Elastic Beanstalk. But as an agency with Rails among favorite frameworks, Syndicode would like to share with you the tutorial on how to deploy a Rails app on AWS Elastic Beanstalk. By the way, we’re looking for the Rails developer!
What is the first thing comes to your mind when you think of turtle? The slowness or tardiness? That is true, but these features have one extreme advantage. When you don’t hurry, you’re able to enjoy your work and be more attentive. So, don’t hurry when you do something important and take an example from the wise turtle. Read our Syndicode Digest #29 – Billing Turtle.
As Ruby on Rails agency, we already shared with you a lot of information about the advantages of this framework. Last time you could explore some security issues in RoR. And today we will talk about Ruby on Rails development speed. This factor plays a significant role not only for startups but for all those who want to stay competitive and corner the market.
Today we pay a lot of attention to web apps because most of us tend to use social networks, apps to simplify our work and shopping etc. And the impact of web apps is really huge. But do you know how many time do you spend on websites? Definitely, websites and website development are underestimated today. And we’d like to provide you with some useful information about TOP-5 website development trends in 2017.
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.
It only seems that our digest’s names are random. Every name means something. Like the “Ruby basket”. Syndicode’s language of choice is Ruby, but as the most languages, it has its drawbacks. Anyway, you have to understand that the quality of your code depends not on the language itself but on your skills and the way you implement the code. So be smart, make all the code you do perfect regardless the language you use. And read our new Syndicode Digest #25 – Ruby basket!
Isn’t it lovely to have a friend who knows everything? Most programmers know a lot but don’t really like to share their knowledge. Like in the famous joke “we need a calm person to teach a mother of two programmers how to work on the computer”. Programmers are very similar to onion: they are bitter and tear-inducing but very useful. If you are a programmer, read our new Syndicode Digest #24 – Omni onion, and think about your behavior.
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.
Whatever project you do, a marketplace or a web app, you don’t want to waste your time on developing some features from scratch. Of course, you can, but why to spend your time on something already done? Like the Authy Phone Verification API for verifying user phone numbers in Ruby on Rails.