As Ruby on Rails agency, we are very excited about new materials that prove how cool Ruby on Rails is. (We already know that, but for some of you, reasons still should be provided). RoR is an effective platform for developing web and cloud applications. There are at least 865,472 websites running on Ruby on Rails, and the number is growing. As you all know Ruby on Rails was created to promote programmer happiness, which means programmers are more productive and more efficient developing in Ruby on Rails than on other platforms such as .NET and Java. Let’s explore the effectiveness of the framework with 5 RoR commercial use cases.
We have fantastic mood and enough inspiration for creating 5th digest with the most popular weekly Rails repositories! Weekly trending Ruby on Rails repositories from April, 5 will include open source discovery service, the Integration of React + Webpack + Rails, testing framework, government eParticipation website, Rails engine for admin dashboard and more of neat Rails repositories! With Syndicode you will never miss Rails open source projects worth your attention!
We’re so excited! Have you ever experienced the feeling when you eventually found something you were looking for for a long time? As Ruby on Rails agency, we know that sometimes harder to explain than just show and do. But today we found the perfect explanation of the essential Ruby on Rails patterns. Service Objects and Query Objects are explained in series of Błażej Kosmowski articles!
Syndicode wants your attention! Do you remember about the upcoming RubyC conference? RubyC is a European conference devoted to Ruby, Rails and other related technologies that will take place on 2-3 June 2018 in the heart of beautiful Kyiv. We want to remind that the best price for RubyC-2018 tickets expires on 8 April! So this is the last week to buy the RubyC-2018 Early Birds tickets!
Here in Syndicode we are the fans of Rails. We hope, there’s no need to explain why. But diving deeper into the frontend part we understand that the only thing as great as Rails but for the frontend is Vue.js. This JS framework has so many advantages that we have no doubts about using it in our projects along with Rails. That is why we are happy to share with you the instruction on how to use Vue.js as a Frontend for Rails!
Probably, you don’t remember the first gamepads. So as we don’t. But they existed and seemed perfect for the first players. The same happening with the software – back in the 1970s 2KB of RAM was enough for sending people to the moon. Now 1.5GB of RAM lets you just run Slack. Anyway, the world progress is unstoppable. Let’s evolve from primitive gamepad to Nintendo Switch in out new Syndicode Digest #48 – Gamepad jury!
It seems that winter is not going to give up! But it’s less strong then it was. And that is a good reason to make some plans and get the inspiration. Meet the 4th digest with the most popular Rails repositories of the week! Weekly trending Ruby on Rails repositories from March, 21 will include authorization services, gems for storing and retrieving translations, libraries for connecting ActiveRecord to the Sphinx, a simple web application that lets projects self-certify, Rails JSON APIs authentication and more of neat Rails repos! With Syndicode you will never miss Rails open source projects worth your attention!
Hey, you are! Are you a person who waits till the Friday come to rest your head and taste the evening? No hurry, no emergency tasks, no calls, just you and your relaxing mood. We know what you need right now to get inspired and delighted before the weekend. You need our new Syndicode Digest #47 – Fiber whiskers!
We’re happy to congratulate you on the spring start! Meet the 3rd digest with the most popular Rails repositories of the week! Weekly trending Ruby on Rails repositories from March, 5 will include beautiful CMS, repositories for collecting Locale data, plugins, analytics for Rails and even e-commerce solutions. With Syndicode you will never miss Rails projects worth your attention!
There’s an assumption that every person tends to exaggerate all the things related to his or her professional activity. Like if someone asks you how long you’re studying Ruby, instead of ‘two weeks’ you will probably reply ‘almost a month’. In order to look more professional. Or if you just have enough work not to distract on 9gag or something similar, you would say that you’re too busy these days and exhausted. Technically, that’s not a lie, but an exaggeration. With no exaggerations, in our today’s digest, you will find very nice longreads, hacks and news will make you more professional! Read Syndicode Digest #44 – Exaggerated exaggerations.