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Elasticsearch aggregation give us the ability to ask questions to our data. The ability to group and find out statistics (such as sum, average, min, max) on our data by using a simple search query.  In this post, we will see some very simple examples to understand how powerful and easy it is to use Elasticsearch … Continue reading 5 simple examples to understand Elasticsearch aggregation

Golang or Ruby
05/11/2020 - 05:44 AM - Shekhar Sahu
Content posted here with the permission of the author PJ Hagerty, who is Developer, writer, speaker, musician, and Developer Advocate. He is known to travel the world speaking about programming and the way people think and interact. Ruby and Go are very popular programming languages and they stand out among the hundreds of the programming languages … Continue reading Golang or Ruby

Evolving with the times: Lessons from 2020
31/10/2020 - 02:41 AM - Gautam Rege
We are now in  the last quarter of 2020, and the year has been eventful, to say the least! Back in March, this is definitely not how I saw the year going, but every uncertainty brings with it tremendous opportunities. As someone who has always believed in stepping out of the comfort zone, I think … Continue reading Evolving with the times: Lessons from 2020

Using Signed URLs With Google Cloud Storage
26/10/2020 - 05:35 AM - J. Austin Hughey
Imagine that you have a mobile application that needs to store images in Google Cloud Storage. Instead of sending these from your mobile device to your API for storage, it’s more efficient to have your mobile application save these files to cloud storage directly. But how might you do that? The answer: Signed URLs – … Continue reading Using Signed URLs With Google Cloud Storage

The Problem I have been working on an application that, at it’s heart, stores a large amount of data that is organized primarily through the use of a foreign key and a timestamp field. The table’s own primary key is UUID based, combining the foreign key with a UUID for the individual record itself, and … Continue reading Efficient Evenly Distributed Sampling of Time Series Records in PostgreSQL

Why to use PUMA in production for your Rails App
29/09/2020 - 06:16 AM - Anil Kumar Maurya
If you are still using Unicorn, Thin or Passenger open source application server in production then this post is for you. Point to note that Passenger Enterprise is different from Passenger open source, this post only talks about Passenger open source. This Blog Post has very good comparison about features provided by Unicorn, Puma & Passenger Point … Continue reading Why to use PUMA in production for your Rails App

Departure.rb
23/09/2020 - 01:56 AM - Kirk Haines
Databases are usually the lifeblood of applications and of dynamic web sites.They manage the information that applications depend on, and a large portion ofapplication development revolves around the care and feeding of the data thatgoes into a database or comes out of the database, as well as the structure ofthe database. When building applications with … Continue reading Departure.rb

Using Multiple Databases in Rails 6 to Log Access Requests
15/09/2020 - 02:24 AM - J. Austin Hughey
Imagine a situation where you need to log every attempt at accessing your application regardless of how many application servers are deployed and when. Text logs aren’t enough and can be difficult to aggregate across multiple disparate filesystems. Not to mention, retrieval of any given text-based record (or series thereof) after several years can be … Continue reading Using Multiple Databases in Rails 6 to Log Access Requests

Searchable logs with Filebeat and Elastic Stack
09/09/2020 - 04:28 AM - Pramod B. Shinde
In a data sensitive application debugging is the most critical and time consuming especially if requests traffic is tremendously high, when it comes to debugging every developer’s last resort is application logs and debugging in large logs file is not an easy task. In this post I will brief you about how we can make … Continue reading Searchable logs with Filebeat and Elastic Stack

Integrate static site in rails application using Middleman
31/08/2020 - 06:17 AM - Harish Patankar
Help!!! an important content on every web application, to add a help content in rails application simple approach will be to cram all pages inside public folder link all pages, done !!! wait… isn’t it an unstructured mess to add all pages inside the public folder, can there be a different approach? Yes, Middleman- a static … Continue reading Integrate static site in rails application using Middleman