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Manuel Montoya

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Short story: two JS developers have leave the company for valid and urgent reasons, ergo, I’m developing some sections of the front-end…
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Igor Zaritsky

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Oliver Bock

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Hi folks,

I wrote a new article on "17 Best Resources For Rails Developer". Check it out

#rails #developer #resources #blog
A hand curated list of 17 of the best resources for Rails developers to follow and read to improve your rails skills easily.
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Ross Matoi

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This is going to sound blasphemous, but hear me out.

Let's say you were forced to work with NodeJS but you could choose any framework you want as long as it was Node based. So let's say that you wanted to choose a Node framework which was most like RoR as possible.

Which framework would you choose and why?
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+Ross Matoi I used it for some smaller projects and you get the "feeling" for it quite fast, especially when using it from a RoR perspective. It's still "a bunch of libraries" but it feels quite complete. Just try it, I guess! :)

Best regards,
Steviee
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Paulo Teixeira

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Hey everyone,

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Dmitry Pavlov

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How Sequel and Sinatra Solve Ruby’s API Problem

The rise of the web and mobile applications has led to an increased need for back-end API services. Ruby on Rails' philosophy seemingly makes it the ideal framework for creating back-end APIs. However, using Rails only for the API is overkill. In this article, Freelance Software Engineer Boško Ivanišević explores alternatives to Rails and introduces us to two very mature and powerful gems, Sinatra and Sequel, which in combination provide powerful tools for creating server-side APIs.

#API #Ruby #Sequel #Sinatra
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Diovanni Araújo

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Exist CMS for Rails 5.0???
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Vi varios para 3 o 4. Pero siendo rails uno de los mejores lenguajes de prototipos. Un cms es casi redundante. Te conviene hacer uno a tus necesidades. En mi opimion
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Bill Ergashev

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Plz, help!
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I should try this set_quiz
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Freivin Campbell

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Vamos a crear un entorno de desarrollo Ruby on Rails en Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus.
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+Johan Morales Con mucho gusto, Saludos...
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Eva Smith

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LOL XD
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lol
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Rinki Sharma

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Implementation:- Asset Package Pipeline In #Rails #ROR
https://goo.gl/EOyQxF

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Peter Blake (Ch4mp)

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Ping with timestamps, how?

I know this: https://github.com/djberg96/net-ping but can't find any method that would return timestamps...
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Sid Krishnan

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A Roadmap for Testing Rails Applications
Spend any time in the Ruby and Rails world and you’ve probably at least heard of test-driven development (TDD), and testing in general. Testing is a ubiquitous concept. Popular tutorials (like Michael Hartl’s Ruby on Rails tutorial) have TDD baked in, and newcomers are encouraged to adopt the practice. But, testing Rails apps can be challenging. You might feel like you're testing too much, or that you're not testing enough. You might feel like...
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Panayotis Matsinopoulos

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Test Coverage False Positives.

Given a class "MyClass" with methods "#method_a" and "#method_b", I have come across a unit test coverage report (generated with simplecov) that actually reported "#method_a" as covered, while I believe it was false positive. The unit tests were only for "#method_b". However, some of the unit tests of "method_b" were using "#method_a" to set up their context.

Generally, I believe that we should avoid using core code methods while setting up the context or verifying the result of a unit under test. Because, that would give us the false positive picture that our test coverage is good when it wouldn't be. I do not know whether this rule can be applied or not. But seems to be reasonable to me, to start with.

What is your opinion? Is there a reference/text/book that would support this point of view more rigorously?


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Rinki Sharma

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Want to Learn Basic Functionality of Namespaces & Scopes in #Rails https://goo.gl/1GghHl #ROR

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Phil Nash

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Ever wanted a better way to send SMS messages in Rails? Textris might be your answer: https://www.twilio.com/blog/2016/09/send-sms-messages-like-emails-in-rails-with-textris.html

#sms #rails
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awesome men! thanks
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Igor Zaritsky

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Watch Live Development of Rapid Prototyping (not just programming) with Ruby-on-Rails
https://www.livecoding.tv/elijahmurray/
Hi All! This stream is not just programming. I'll be rapidly prototyping but that will include writing, designing and programming. ==== Add icons/logos of your project and insert url links to your project What is the name of this project? put your answer here What will it be used for? put your answer here How many weeks are you already working on it? put your answer here Which two main programming languages are you using? put your answer here Wh...
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Jason Hsu

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My Rails app consistently passes all tests in the development environment, but my Travis builds keep failing. The source code is at https://github.com/jhsu802701/generic_app_template_rails5/tree/travis .

The test results are at https://travis-ci.org/jhsu802701/generic_app_template_rails5

The parts of the code that fail in Travis are:
1. app/views/static_pages/home.html.erb: link_to image_tag at end; ActionView::Template::Error: wrong number of arguments (given 1, expected 0)
2. app/views/layouts/application.html.erb: <%= stylesheet_link_tag 'application', media: 'all', 'data-turbolinks-track': 'reload' %>

I thought that not having Node installed in Travis was the problem. I finally was able to get Node installed in Travis, but that didn't resolve the problem.
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Arvind Vyas

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Tag Charlie

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For someone want to deploy Nginx+Passenger in production environment.
https://github.com/charlietag/os_preparation
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