Upcoming Features in Shrine 3.0 | Janko's Blog
The last couple of months I’ve been working hard to prepare for Shrine 3.0, which I expect will be released by the end of October. A lot of work has go.
Architect 6.0: Ruby, Python, CDNs, and CloudFormation
Since 2017, Architect has been the premiere foundation-backed open source serverless framework, with a clear focus on being the simplest, fastest way t.
Ruby Chrome/Chromium driver
As simple as Puppeteer, though even simpler.It is Ruby clean and high-level API to Chrome. Runs headless by default, but you can configure it to run in.
3 keys to upgrading Rails
The recent release of Rails 6 means Rails 4.2 will no longer receive any further updates—including critical security patches. It also means that a lot .
Service Objects: Beyond Fat Models and Skinny Controllers
Service Objects are a controversial idea for several different reasons: some developers like to use them, others like to use similar patterns, and some.
Testing external API integration with VCR gem
Suppose your application connects to an external service via API and you have a wrapper for this API that handles and parses response. The VCR gem give.
Rails 6 adds filter_attributes on ActiveRecord::Base
A lot of times, we ask user for sensitive data such as password, credit card number etc. We should not be able to see this information in logs. So, the.
Push Notifications with ActionCable
In this episode, we look into using Push Notifications within our Rails application and then using ActionCable to broadcast Push Notifications to the u.
GitHub Actions: First impressions
For the ultimate test, I decided to reuse the documentation generator setup from my previous article: “Keeping OSS documentation with Docsify, Lefthook.
RR 428: Arming the Rebels with Rails 6 Featuring David Heinemeier Hansson
Today’s guest is David Heinemeier Hansson, the creator of Ruby on Rails and co founder and CTO at Basecamp. This episode is focused on the release of R.