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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

In this post, we will learn how to setup Traefik v2 on ECS with built in LetsEncrypt SSL. Before I start, I would like to mention that Traefik is awesome reverse proxy & load balancer. Steps which we will follow: Build docker image for Traefik on our local machine Push it on Amazon’s Elastic Container Registry (ECR) Use pushed image … Continue reading Traefik v2 with Lets Encrypt on Amazon’s Elastic Container Service (ECS)

Upload an image in background using WorkManager
10/08/2020 - 08:53 AM - Krishnakant kumar
We always think about which services to use for background image upload with better performance. Earlier we had AlarmManager, JobScheduler, FirebaseJobDispatcher for scheduling the background tasks. But the issues were, JobScheduler available only for API >= 21 and FirebaseJobDispatcher for backward compatibility. So I had to understand which method to use when. But when I came across WorkManager library as part … Continue reading Upload an image in background using WorkManager

Active admin: Writing Rspec for custom CSV.
23/07/2020 - 15:35 PM - Vaibhav Thombare
Active admin is a great framework for managing website admin side interface. Usually, UI for admin users needs to be more of managing and reporting the business operations than the fancy UI which we build for end-users. So basically Active admin abstracts common business applications in a simple pattern so that developers can use it and … Continue reading Active admin: Writing Rspec for custom CSV.

FastJsonparser, Fastest JSON parser for Ruby
15/07/2020 - 09:01 AM - Anil Kumar Maurya
FastJsonparser is ruby wrapper for simdjson which is written in c++. “JSON is de facto standard for exchanging data between web server and browser.“ If your application is parsing large JSON data then you must consider optimising it for better performance. I came across Simdjson which claims to parse gigabytes of JSON per second, It also claims to be over … Continue reading FastJsonparser, Fastest JSON parser for Ruby

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