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5 Reasons Ruby is the Go To Choice for Startups
08/07/2020 - 07:29 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. You and your partners have come up with a brilliant idea. You are ready to disrupt an industry … Continue reading 5 Reasons Ruby is the Go To Choice for Startups

Rails: Special Use Cases Of MD5
01/07/2020 - 12:43 PM - Ganesh Sagare
What is MD5? The MD5 is a hashing algorithm. It is a one-way cryptographic function. It accepts a message of any length as input and returns the fixed-length digest value. There are various use-cases of MD5. I have listed few of them below. Use-case 1: Single Uniqueness Validation For Multiple Attributes. Have you ever stuck … Continue reading Rails: Special Use Cases Of MD5

Everything About Android’s In-App Update API
25/06/2020 - 03:27 AM - Tanzila Inamdar
Being a developer, I would always want that the user should have latest/updated version of the app. After all, a happy and satisfied user is the measure of a good app. 🙂 But there are some barriers which come between the user and the latest version of the app. For example, automatic updates may only … Continue reading Everything About Android’s In-App Update API

Moving from EventMachine to Async
19/06/2020 - 13:54 PM - Kirk Haines
In The Beginning A little over 13 years ago, I had been working as a freelance developer for over five years, primarily writing and hosting Ruby based web sites and applications for a variety of commercial interests, from mutual funds to construction to education. I had designed and built a reliable system architecture for deploying … Continue reading Moving from EventMachine to Async

Subscribing to RethinkDB Record Changes in Go
14/06/2020 - 11:34 AM - J. Austin Hughey
RethinkDB is a document storage database with excellent clustering capabilities. However it can also auto notify when records are updated in real-time, and this article is going to explore how to do that using Go. What is RethinkDB? RethinkDB is a document storage database with a lot of really nice modern features, like multiple nodes joining a cluster … Continue reading Subscribing to RethinkDB Record Changes in Go

When not to use Memoization in Ruby on Rails
08/06/2020 - 15:37 PM - Anil Kumar Maurya
Memoization is a wonderful concept in programming world. It helps in writing clean code which execute faster. Example: In the above code, slow_method will cache perform_slow_method in @resultvariable, therefore perform_slow_method will execute only once. So, if memoization is wonderful then why not to use it always? that’s the question I am going to answer in this post. Memoization should be … Continue reading When not to use Memoization in Ruby on Rails

Introduction to Mockito: Unit Testing Framework
27/05/2020 - 07:35 AM - Dhiraj Jadhav
Mockito is a Java based mocking framework most preferred with the Junit testing framework. It internally uses Java Reflection and allows to create dummy objects of service. Mockito is a very useful tool that simplifies the test case creation by creating mock/dummy object of external dependencies this dummy data will later apply with mocks into … Continue reading Introduction to Mockito: Unit Testing Framework

Secure way of doing OAuth for SPA & Native Apps
18/05/2020 - 12:01 PM - Anuj Verma
When clients like mobile, desktop, single page applications allow the user to sign-in using a third party application (google, facebook, twitter etc), one of the first choice is to use OAuth 2.0 standard with authorization code flow. In Authorization code flow, authorization request is made via browser and an authorization code is returned to the … Continue reading Secure way of doing OAuth for SPA & Native Apps

Spring Boot Microservices communicating through GCP Pub/Sub
12/05/2020 - 09:17 AM - Sunil Sonawane
In this post, we will learn how to use GCP (Google Cloud Platform’s) Pub/Sub service with the Spring Boot application. We will create two simple applications, sender and receiver. We will send a message to a sender application which will publish the message to a Topic and receiver application will receive the message by subscribing … Continue reading Spring Boot Microservices communicating through GCP Pub/Sub

React vs. Vue.js – An Explorative Comparison
06/05/2020 - 05:26 AM - J. Austin Hughey
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of Facebook’s wildly-popular React JavaScript library for building single-page web application interfaces. You’ve may have also heard of Vue.js, a full-featured utility that can be leveraged for the same purposes. But which one is right for your project?