What commits and refactoring do to your code? This is a picture describing what is happening in real life. Or, let’s say, expectations vs results and satisfaction…
Sometimes you work with a tool but don’t know that it has some secret features that can speed up the process or improve the final quality. How many of you knew that Rails has a built-in method to load configuration defined in
ymlfiles? If you hear this for the first time, thanks to Paweł Dąbrowski today you will learn about YAML files for RoR apps configuration!
Every week we share with you some interesting information about Ruby on Rails and its secrets. Because we are Ruby on Rails agency! Recently you could find the article about verifying the quality of Ruby on Rails development agencies. This time let us introduce you some useful tips for working with our favorite framework. Read 5 secret RoR tips you didn’t know.
To be honest, developers love to refactor. Even if they say they don’t. Despite code refactoring aimed to make your project better, you shouldn’t go ahead improving what you’ve done just because “you can”. To save your money, time and resources, we’d like to share with you some points to consider refactoring and describe situations when you don’t really need it. 3 reasons to refactor your code are here for you.