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Speeding Up Your Ruby on Rails App

Preface There are a wide variety of tools which can help you spot and monitor performance issues, ranging from free to expensive, easy to use to less-easy to use. I would be remiss, however, if I ...

Ruby on Rails—Killer Workflow with Docker (Part 2)

By now, your development workflow must have a solid foundation based on part 1. You have continuous testing and live reloading set up already. In this second and final part, you'll do three things....

Ruby on Rails—Killer Workflow with Docker (Part 1)

Learn how to set up a killer dockerized workflow that will raise your productivity while developing Ruby on Rails applications. In this article, you'll learn how to set up a dockerized Workflow to...

How To Use RVM to Manage Ruby Installations and Environments

Introduction Ruby on Rails, or RoR, is a popular development framework for the Ruby programming language that allows you to easily get your application up and running with minimal hassle. Develop...

5 RSpec strategies to get 95% test coverage or better

The test coverage enabled us to upgrade major versions of Ruby and Rails with no issues (that weren’t detected by the tests and fixed before production). 1.) Focus on Request and Model tests The ...

Active Jobs In Rails – Ruby On Rails Guide

Active Job is introduced in Rails 4.2 version, Active Job in Rails is a framework for creating, scheduling and executing background Jobs. What are background Jobs? The tasks whose execution takes...

Integrating Social Login in a Ruby on Rails Application

I remember the old days when people had to register for an account separately on each website. It was a boring and tedious process to repetitively enter the same information over and over again on...

Devise Authentication Guide with GitHub OmniAuth for Rails Application

Introduction During my learning journey with Flatiron School, I was requested to design an application that follows Rails restful conventions. There was two pivotal requirements needed to successf...

Is Ruby on Rails dying: Myth or Reality?

The rumours have been circling for months, and a slight decrease in Ruby on Rails popularity has, indeed, been noted in recent years. Now it’s time to reveal whether RoR’s death is a myth or realit...

guide to developing GraphQL applications with Rails on the back-end side and React/Apollo on the front-end side

GraphQL is one of those new shiny things we’ve been seeing here, there and everywhere: blog posts, conferences, podcasts, maybe, even newspapers. It sounds like you should hurry up and start rewrit...

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