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Migrating from jquery-ujs to rails-ujs

This post guides you through some gotchas that may hit you when trying to migrate from the jQuery unobtrusive JS adapter to the Rails UJS one that is included in Rails 5.1+. [more inside]

Heroku vs self-hosted PaaS

This article explores Heroku and self-hosted “Heroku likes” such as Dokku and CapRover as well as Rancher and Flynn [more inside]

tty-logger - readable logging for the terminal

The tty-logger lets you log messages with a readable, structured and beautiful output. It boasts many features including logging to any IO stream, metadata info such as time, date, location and ability to customise console output style. Enjoy!

Announcing Pakyow v1.0

I’m happy to announce the v1.0 release of Pakyow! Years ago we set out to design a better way to build for the web. The result is a full stack of open-source frameworks that bring a simpler, design-first approach to let you create more with what you already know. Read the announcment.

GraphQL on Rails: A Three-Part Guide

The ultimate beginner-friendly walkthrough guide on creating GraphQL applications on Rails with React and Apollo by Evil Martians is now complete.

Tips for writing fast Rails

Minor adjustments in the code can lead to major performance improvements. In this article I talk about the use of ActiveRecord::Batches#find_each [more inside]

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