Though looking pretty simple, generating a PDF document can lead to a number of issues. Let’s learn how to do it right with Ruby on Rails.
Ruby is NOT dead! Our favorite language has finally come back to TOP-10 most popular coding languages according to TIOBE Index. As proof, we provide fresh infographics and stats! Check…
New Year’s Eve is not only a great time to get together with your family and enjoy the happiest times of your life, it is also a great chance to…
Fat models and large actions have always been a problem for Rails developers, service objects came to help us but sometimes it feels like we just move the bad and hard to follow the code from controllers to plain ruby objects. But Waterfall gem seems to solve the problem.
If you are not being careful about your application design at some point you will find yourself in a position where in order to add a new feature it’s just easier to rebuild the whole project from the scratch. And it’s definitely not something you want to face up with.
Ruby 2.4.2 has just been released. This release of Ruby is mostly focused on security issues. So it is highly important to update your framework to this version to protect your system and your data. Here are the most important updates from the new version.
Rails has issues 2 new RC1 versions for all Rails-lovers. Let’s have a look, what has changed in Rails 5.1.3.RC1 and 5.0.5.RC1 since the previous releases.