Having multiple environments is one of the most common requirements for me or my clients. Ruby on Rails applications by default come with three environments — development,
Rails 4.2+ has introduced an environment variable in production ENV['RAILS_SERVE_STATIC_FILES'] which disallows serving static files and assets by default.
Ruby on Rails, which is popularly called Rails, is an open-source server-side web application framework. Rails as a framework uses all popular
So you are about to start building your awesome web application. If you are reading this article, you are probably curious about the awesomeness of the
What is Github?Github is one of the top 100 websites on the Internet, with ~310M monthly visits. It holds the biggest OpenSource codebase in the wor
Here at RubyGarage we work closely with Ruby and Ruby on Rails technologies. We like Ruby for its resourcefulness and a vibrant community, while Ruby on Rails is appreciated fo
Lets start with a basic browser-server interaction. Say you’re developing an app with Rails (or any other Ruby web framework) and it has a page located at ‘
When you research how to deploy your Rails app, you’ll see a lot of names: Apache, Unicorn,
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