Jesus Castello is famous with his detailed guides about how to program in Ruby. This time we decided to share with you a neat method to check for defined variables in Ruby described in RubyGuides. Use it to simplify your work!
Syndicode has a huge expertise in web application development. And we know how accurate we should be about web app testing. Would you like to find out more about frontend testing? In fact, rethinking frontend testing approach can help you create maintainable web apps easier!
Here in Syndicode we see the great future for Elixir. That’s why we spend quite a lot of time investigating its features and tools. And today we are presenting Elixir’s MIME, a read-only and immutable library that embeds the MIME type database, so, users can map MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) types to extensions and vice-versa.
It’s only one month left till the new 2019 year, so we need to start preparing for the new Ruby/Ruby on Rails conferences. It’s great to start your year getting to know something new and growing as a professional. Here we’ll give you the selection of the most interesting events you shouldn’t miss. Visit as many as you can to improve your skills and find more cool programmers to follow up.
Previously we described the difference between Elixir and Ruby and the main features. One of the features of Elixir is the ability to work with umbrella projects. With umbrella projects, Elixir allows you to have more than one application in your system. The really nice thing about this is that there is almost no difference between an application inside an umbrella and the same application if it were built as a single project. So, let’s have a look at the benefits of umbrella projects.
Recently we made a post with Google Cloud and AWS comparison. But we promised to include there Microsoft Azure. While we’re still working on that you might enjoy the example of creating a serverless API using Microsoft Azure. What if you want or need to make your own API? Serverless can help create a nice one for data you’d like to expose for use. Here we’ll be able to create an API in a few button clicks, with minor modifications.
As we support many blockchain events, that was obvious for us to share this article about creating an app using blockchain plus our core stack framework – Rails. This tutorial shows how to work with blockchain using Ruby and how to create a decentralized application based on Ruby on Rails. It doesn’t cover deep knowledge of blockchain, only a basic introduction that helps to understand how it works and how to design dApp architecture.
Last week we reminded you about the most awaited AI event in Ukraine. Already this week you will have the unique opportunity to become part of the 5th international conference on artificial intelligence and Data Science applications! Save the dates and be quick to register! October 13-14, Kyiv, Ukraine. 3 days left before AI Ukraine 2018!