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Posts about Ruby Rails

Cooleaf

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Working with Legacy Code: Cooleaf Refactor Case Study
It happens in the lifecycle of every product—some dead or duplicated code is slowing the project down, the team working on that particular product has changed, the technology and practices used have become outdated or...
Tobiasz Waszak
webperformance

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Actionable Tips to Improve Web Performance with Rails
Recently, I had a pleasure of attending the Wroclove.rb conference in Wrocław where one talk in particular caught my attention more than others. “Web Performance with Rails” by Stefan Wintermeyer was, in my opinion, the...
Radek Markiewicz
Rails image

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Why Is Choosing Good Solutions for Projects So Hard in Rails?
For a long time, I’ve been hearing a lot of criticism about the Rails way and some months ago my private experiences convinced me that I cannot find any use cases for that approach. It has developers build very fat...
Wojciech Maciejak
AR3

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Rails Aren’t Bad. Active Record Is.
Is there anyone out there in the Ruby community who doesn’t know Active Record? I don’t think so. Many of us start our adventure with Rails by writing AR models. And we write them a lot. We detect the N+1 issue many...
Wojciech Maciejak

Development  Ruby/Rails 

How To Index Array of Objects in Elasticsearch
Recently, I’ve been playing around with a search in Elasticsearch and got stuck with development when attempting to work with an array of objects. Indexing went fine, the query results, however, did not look as expected.
Zuzia Kusznir

Development  Ruby/Rails 

What Did I Learn After Going Eighteen Months Without Rails
A couple of months back, I finished my first major project with Ruby but sans Rails. You probably don’t know that, but I’m one of these people who first try to master a framework and only then look at the language...
Wojciech Maciejak

Development  Ruby/Rails 

How To Implement White Label And Custom Features
If you've ever been working on an application with a domain concept like organizations I bet you had to struggle with custom features, behaviors and complete white labels. Most young fellows start such with the if-else...
Jan Dudulski

Culture  Ruby/Rails 

Monterail ranked as #1 Ruby on Rails developers in the world by Clutch
Some time ago we mentioned on our blog that according to Clutch, Monterail was ranked as a market leader in Polish development companies, Ruby on Rails developers, and software companies in general. With more...
Karolina Gawron

Culture  Ruby/Rails 

Monterail Ranked as a Leader Among Ruby on Rails Developers and Polish Development Firms
In February, Clutch - a Washington-based business analytics company, released 2017 edition of updated research of top development companies. We’re very excited to announce, that Monterail, competing with 100+ companies,...
Karolina Gawron
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Development  Ruby/Rails 

Decoupling models and workflow
Introduction If you've ever found yourself adding another boolean flag to mark your object's state, chances are you would greatly benefit from introducing the workflow or aasm gems. Those two are best-known and most...
Kacper Pucek

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Rails is still cool but...
A recent confession by Piotr Solnica started another bit of drama in the Ruby world. I started writing this post just after reading Fabio Akita's response to Piotr's post - for me it shows all the problems with Rails'...
Jan Dudulski

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Hanami with OAuth
At Monterail we like to try new stuff. We try new languages and new (maybe not so new) frameworks. Hanami (formerly Lotus) is a Ruby web framework created by Luca Guidi and community.
Tobiasz Waszak

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Rspec query limit matcher
Introduction Have you ever wondered how many simultaneous queries your application sends to the database? A hundred, a thousand, or perhaps a million? Whatever your answer, we should be aware of the influence that this...
Jakub Cieślar

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Deployment setup for JRuby Rails app with Puma, Mina and Moni
Introduction Recently, I had my first real experience with deploying a (small) web application. I had to perform a pretty wide research and torture some experienced people with handling the difficulties. I gained...
Radek Markiewicz

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Setting up a Rails development environment on OS X using Docker
One of our designers wanted to make some changes to our job offer page. At first it seemed trivial - just change some HTML inside a rails app. Then we realised that we would need to setup the whole development...
Tymon Tobolski

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Elixir blog in 15 minutes using Phoenix framework - Step by Step
I suppose everyone can recall blog posts about building your own blog in 15 minutes with Ruby on Rails. Building a simple blog post page with Rails was as easy as writing hello world in any other language. Nowadays,...
Jakub Cieślar
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