The Complete Guide to Migrate to Strong Parameters
Migrating from Protected Attributes to Strong Parameters in a Rails project can be a huge step of the upgrade process. Especially when we are upgrading.
Rails Flaky Spec Solutions
I have written about how our teams are dealing with flaky ruby tests in legacy projects. In this post, I want to show, how we can teach about common te.
Continuous deployment Ruby application to Minikube with Google's Skaffold
Kubernetes has made it very easy to deploy and scale applications to the cloud than ever. Still, the development process has not evolved at the same sp.
From Single drop-down to Multiple check-boxes
Follow the incremental approach below. Divide the entire problem into small sub-problems and deploy them one by one:define the new DB structurefill it .
How to use AWS Cloud9 for Ruby on Rails development (Example) | GoRails
Ever wanted an editor and Rails environment you can use anywhere? Cloud9 is the perfect option for this and can run on an EC2 instance in your AWS.AWS .
Reverse Coverage: Find which tests execute which lines of code
Occasionally it could be useful to discover how is tested/executed/documented (in the way of tests as Living Documentation) a line (or set of lines) of.
Rails is Fast: Optimize Your View Performance
In this post, we’ll look into tried and true methods of improving Rails view performance. Specifically, I will focus on database efficiency, view manip.
MIR: A lightweight JIT compiler project - Red Hat Developer
For the past three years, I’ve been participating in adding just-in-time compilation (JIT) to CRuby. Now, CRuby has the method-based just-in-time compi.
Modern Ruby Serializers
Long time no see! This time I would like to write about a library I was working about a couple years ago, a serializers library in Ruby. I have actuall.
Yukihiro Matsumoto interview for Evrone company (in English)
We’re thrilled that our good friend Yukihiro Matsumoto, creator of the Ruby programming language, has been able to join us at RubyRussia 2019 as a spea.