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A quick post about using the jb gem and Russian doll caching to speed up JSON results. https://medium.com/companydev/speedy-json-endpoints-with-rails-b6130f757815?source=linkShare-fa20f9abac0a-1501257673
6 techniques for handling a situation when one kind of a jobs starts behaving poorly and saturates your workers so the the rest of them starts queuing up and lagging: [more inside]
With the latest updates from the unethical moves of Kite I think we need to invest time and find better ways on how to protect ourselves from such and similar attacks [more inside]
Most web devs are familiar with CI. But what exactly is the difference continuous deployment and continuous delivery? Are they basically the same thing? Read this article to find out — and post a comment if you’d like to add something.
The full guide on building a search form in APIQ CMS - https://www.apiq.io/2017/07/26/building-a-search-form/
Explained how to model has_many relationships in DynamoDB with Rails in my latest article. Please read article and when it is better to normalize and de-normalize data stored in DynamoDB. [more inside]
The story and the technical details about the DNSimple API v2 architecture https://blog.dnsimple.com/2017/07/api-v2-architecture/?utm_source=rubyflow&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=blogposting&utm_content=post-api-v2-architecture
giphy_api (https://github.com/faragorn/giphy_api ) - is new gem that will let you integrate with Giphy API and it is the only ruby gem that implements all endpoints and features documented in the official Giphy documentation. I tried to create it with minimal dependency on external libraries, as a result this gem uses only native Ruby libraries, making it very lightweight. Benchmarking showed that this gem performs faster then other similar libraries, considering you are using a good JSON parser. Comes with 100% test coverage. The Readme.md will help you to get started! Thanks :)
Skill set for a junior Ruby on Rails developer should be a mix of technical and soft skills. I wrote an article explaining what I mean https://medium.com/kkempin/what-skills-a-junior-ruby-on-rails-developer-should-have-c1589710507c
I just pushed a new version of Maily ( https://github.com/markets/maily ) v0.6.0, adding Rails 5.1 compatibility and some other improvements: lazy attributes to fetch data, emails description, better handling of internal exceptions, fixed assets pipeline integration and some internals cleanup. [more inside]
Hello, I’ve put together the world’s 1st office suite in ruby ;-) Let’s welcome Office.TXT - The Free Writer’s Command Line Tool Suite. Use
$ gem install officetxt to install the all-in-one office bundle. What’s included? For now journaltxt, jekyll, drjekyll, mrhyde, octopod, m2w, rougify, kramdown, quik, and more. Anything missing? Let us know. Cheers.
In a recent blog post, we looked into the content_for view helper to render breadcrumbs. Once we got the feature working, it’s time to refactor the feature to lower technical debt. https://www.driftingruby.com/episodes/benchmarking-and-refactoring-the-content_for-view-helper
I designed a resource-oriented RESTful API micro framework. Here it is: https://github.com/travisliu/traim It is compatible with your legacy ActiveRecord models for easily turning them into JSON API. Designed for resource-oriented RESTful service without others per-request overhead makes it significantly faster than Rails-API