Pry is an IRB alternative and runtime developer console. Pry features syntax highlighting, a flexible plugin architecture, runtime invocation and source, and documentation browsing. This is a powerful alternative to the standard IRB shell for Ruby. While Pry-Rails was included in the list of the most used Ruby gems of all the time, we’d like you to know that it heavily depends on Pry. And today we want you to get to know Pry Ruby gem.
Recently we’ve been informed that Syndicode is validated as a TOP company in Best Ruby on Rails Agencies category by DesignRush. DesignRush is a service for finding the best professional agencies, categorized by their areas of expertise. There you can find full-service agencies, web design companies, digital marketing firms & top technology companies. And now, Syndicode is presented there as well!
Hi there! Are you a Ruby on Rails developer? Ever thought about why you should set up on backend all the pagination, sorting, searching and other stuff for the tables you’re showing in your views? I mean, that’s not a big deal but it means more code in your controllers, code in different actions similar enough to annoy you and still too different and insignificant to make you want to refactor it by let’s say creating a class where you’ll be able to initialize any table and provide additional functionality to it in the same way.
Here in Syndicode we do have experienced team of Rails developers. And you can check our level by evaluating our projects and clients’ testimonials. But what to do if you want to hire a freelance developer? How will you find out his or her level? Especially if you are a non-technical person who has never hired a developer before… But we found for you the scope of questions for freelance Rails developer!
As a Ruby on Rails agency, we’d like to reply to your question about who’s using RoR these days. And you’ll be impressed with the number and the size of companies that build their apps with Rails. This is the list of 18 apps that depend on Rails every day!
As we love Ruby on Rails, we are trying not to miss anything related that can interest us and can be useful for our next projects. If you remember, Syndicode already shared with you some interesting materials about RoR gems. Today we’ll go further and show you Ruby on Rails gems for creative developers!
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.
As a RoR development agency, we have already shown you some reasons why outsourcing is important in our previous material. Also, we understand that you have to be careful while choosing a software development agency to cooperate. The team you choose must meet the criteria we mentioned in our article about web application development. But let’s take a closer look at verifying the quality of a Ruby on Rails development agency.
Do you remember our article about the most popular RoR gems? There we created the scope of gems are still in use from 2014. Using them you’ll definitely make your work simpler because all you need is already created. But “the times they are a-changin'” as Bob Dylan said. So today we have even better gems to share with you. Syndicode has found a treasure chest with 7 gems to provide better RoR architecture.
Today we pay a lot of attention to web apps because most of us tend to use social networks, apps to simplify our work and shopping etc. And the impact of web apps is really huge. But do you know how many time do you spend on websites? Definitely, websites and website development are underestimated today. And we’d like to provide you with some useful information about TOP-5 website development trends in 2017.
Every programmer has his own list of tools and resources he uses for everyday work. But sometimes we find that our lists are quite similar to the lists of the others. It might be explained by a series of reasons: the level of spread, quality, popularity within the community and so on. Today we decided to share with you the results of Syndicode’s small research about the most used Ruby on Rails gems for all the time.