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GraphQL on Rails: part 2

A second part of the guide about building a Rails/GraphQL/React/Apollo application from scratch. It focuses on mutations–this mechanism is used to implement a simple authentication and data updates.

Ruby Processes and Threads - Configuring a Web Server

Multiple popular Ruby web servers exist. Each Ruby application is different and the ultimate tl;dr for configuring a web server is: it depends. This post will not prescribe one web server or configuration over another and will instead explain internal components most popular servers contain. [more inside]

Stimulus, Rails and RxJS for an SPA like experience

See how we can use Stimulus and RxJS along with server rendered templates to create a single-page-app like experience by just adding some sprinkles of Javascript.

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Brice, the link is working for me. Are you getting a 404 error or something els…
I have a Connection Refused on my laptop : ▶ curl…
@BRICE: Works for me ;)

Normalization, Consistency, and Clowne

This post discusses what could go wrong if you do not care of normal forms in your database design and demonstrates a particular example on how to fix something already broken with the help of the Clowne gem.

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