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Headless browser testing with capybara-chrome

Test your latest Javascript with the most popular and modern web browser: Chrome. QtWebkit has become increasingly difficult to install, and requires shims for most modern Javascript techniques. Now you can swap out capybara-webkit for capybara-chrome and never worry about re-installing qt again. [more inside]

Elixir Programming: Facts to Know for Better App Development

Phoenix is a web development framework that is written in Elixir and is used for Elixir programming. Phoenix is often compared to Ruby on Rails, and there is a good reason for that. Nowadays these popular web development frameworks seem to be competitors because many developers try to compare them and decide which one is better. [more inside]

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ElixirConf 2018: Thoughts on Elixir from a Ruby developer

Elixir has had my attention for awhile now and my interest in the language and community hasn’t wavered. ElixirConf offered me an opportunity to translate that interest into action. As an experienced Rubyist, I am pleased with my development experience, community support, and the capabilities of Ruby. Elixir offers these same benefits and adds features such as concurrency, fault tolerance, and speed to the mix. [more inside]

Permission to go faster!

By leveraging native Linux file permissions we are able to deploy quickly, avoid application permission errors, and still maintain file level security! [more inside]

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