We’ve just shared with you monthly trending Ruby on Rails repositories digest. It’s clear that in recent years, designing software as a collection of services has become a popular way to build applications. In this post, we’ll learn the basics of service-oriented architecture with Rails and Kafka and how its event-driven process can be used to power your Rails services.
Can you imagine that our Rails digest celebrates one year! On February 5 in 2018 we started our (weekly at first) regular issues with the most interesting Rails/Ruby projects on GitHub. Now it transformed into monthly trending Ruby on Rails repositories digest and can deliver more of interesting tools and solutions for your use. What can be more awesome than a chance to do less work with better performance? This time, on February 13 of 2019, you will read about e-commerce solutions, Rails security, row sorting library, testing Rails engines and other great RoR projects on GitHub!
Welcome to 2019! The new year has just started but promises to be as awesome as can be. Particularly because we have some great new open source Rails repositories aimed to make your life better and happier. In this monthly trending Ruby on Rails repositories from the 9th of January 2019 we’ll explore… embedded Ruby ‘exception reporting service’, Rails app configuration manager, Ruby Serverless Framework, a tool for coordinating the execution of security scanners and many other neat Rails GitHub open source projects!
Hurray! New Rails digest arrived at the beginning of winter. It is likely, you heard of some open source projects, we share today, before. But it is also for sure, that some other of them from this list is a surprise for you. The worst thing about software development that you can’t use all of the cool tools you know. But more you know – the better solution you can find in future. In this ‘Monthly trending Ruby on Rails repositories. December, 5’ digest you will meet error monitoring for Rails, Vue on Rails gem, publishing framework, DB schema managing tool, carpooling platform, Vim config for Rails and many other awesome repositories!
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.
Some type of knowledge does go outdated. But some data and recipes, ways and tools just going to be improved and reused again and again. How to know whether your knowledge is still valid in new conditions and times? How do you understand when you can apply some old tricks for the new issues? A human brain is a real magic box without capacity limits. And sometimes there’s no need to learn something new. All you have to do is to revise what you already have. Let’s do some knowledge revision with our new Syndicode Digest #63 – Unhide revision.
Our new ‘Syndicode Digest #59 – Intrusive code’ will be a real lighthouse for the lost developers. If you feel desperation and disappointment – you wrong! Because every effort you made, even if you can’t see the result for a long time, makes you closer to your goal. Even if you don’t know what your goal is yet. Keep trying and never give up!
Last year we shared with you the outstanding list of the most used Rails gems od all the time. And we hope that was useful for you. Today we’re going to mention 4 of those gems and remind you what they were created for. Meet 4 gems for testing your RoR application!
The scope of work you do will never decrease. But the key to success is timing. When you will learn to prioritize your work according to what should be done first and manage the tasks flow, you’ll become a superhero. In this new Syndicode Digest #41 – Outstanding timing, we will share a lot of tools to make your work easier and faster. Let’s go!
Last time we showed you how to deploy Elixir on Elastic Beanstalk. But as an agency with Rails among favorite frameworks, Syndicode would like to share with you the tutorial on how to deploy a Rails app on AWS Elastic Beanstalk. By the way, we’re looking for the Rails developer!