Top 10 From Around the Web: More About Rails
Top 10 From Around the Web: More About Rails
Written by Alex Armstrong   
Tuesday, 12 December 2017

This round up of interesting posts from external sites has hints, tips and recommendations for working with the Rails framework. We've also slipped in one on writing a command-line app in Ruby.

mobiloitte.com - Ruby on Rails: One of the Hot Web Application Framework 2016

As the technology is evolving, countless new frameworks are evolving superior to others in the market. Developer gets stuck with specific functionality challenges while building web applications, every framework bring its own pros and cons. The most robust amongst all is Ruby on Rails, one of the preferable frameworks of developers for building modern web apps.


rubygarage.org - Most Popular Websites on Ruby on Rails. Part Two

Scribd is the service for storing digital documents. Founded in 2006, the service positions itself as a library of scientific articles and a tool for viral spread of presentations. It is based on the following model: the clients do not buy a book (movie, music), but pay a small monthly fee for the use of the entire library. The service functionality includes avatars, contacts, profiles, rankings, statistics and recommendations.


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engineyard.com - A Look at Rails 5

From the start, Rails was praised for being the easiest way to get Ruby on the web. Not only has it solidified itself as the easiest option, it’s become the best. Since then, many other options have arrived, but Rails is still the de facto framework for Ruby developers. To help illustrate just how far we’ve come since Ruby 4, let’s take a look at some of the highlights of Ruby 5.


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blog.railsrumble.com - 2015 Rails Rumble Gem Teardown

The Rails Rumble organizers - especially Tom Mango - were kind enough to collect Gemfiles from the teams and provide them to us for some analysis. They did a similar writeup last year except that this year, the first analysis was made by the Rails app we made during the Rails Rumble! First, let’s introduce you to the Gemsavvy project.


blog.honeybadger.io - Writing Command-Line Apps in Ruby

While it's fun to write little one off utility scripts, sometimes you need to write a real honest to God command-line application.Fortunately, Ruby gives you all the building blocks you need to command-line applications fairly easily. This post hope to go beyond the typical "how to do X with gem Y" approach, and instead do a broad overview of all the pieces that go together to make a first-rate command-line app.


blog.codeship.com - Five Practices for Robust Ruby on Rails Applications

This article was originally published on Brewhouse’s blog by Philippe Creux, and with his permission, we are sharing it here for Codeship readers. At Brewhouse, we follow five simple practices to make our Rails applications robust. It all comes down to failing early, loudly, and often. We ensure that data is valid and applications behave properly by catching issues early on.


blog.kontena.io - Rails 5 and Docker: Lessons Learn

Rails 5.0 is now just around the corner introducing cool new features for websockets and API-only applications. Along with Rails 4.0 improvements Rails has became mature and prospering platform for web development.In this article we'll explore how to create a simple Rails 5.0 application, package it as Docker image and set-up a platform for running it virtually at any scale on any infrastructure while trying to address all the most common pain points.


railscarma.com - Rails caching with Dalli Gem

Dalli is a high performance pure Ruby client for accessing memcached servers. It works with memcached 1.4+ only, as it uses the newer binary protocol.Memcached is a quick in-memory protest reserving framework that can make Rails run much quicker with not very many changes. Memcached is an in-memory key-value store for little pieces of discretionary information (strings, objects) from consequences of database calls, API calls, or page rendering.Run the command below to install memcached.


hackernoon.com - 5 Ruby on Rails Tips You Probably Don't Know

Since I started working with Ruby on Rails, and after several years of using it passed by, I can't stop wondering when I discover something new in Ruby world. Yes, this is how it works?-?you know, Ruby is for developer happiness (beyond this there are some other principles) and each year of using it and finding out new stuff supports this feeling inside.


blog.arkency.com - Junior Rails Developer course

Enter the entertaining world of the IT career. Upgrade your wages and join the fantastic community of Rails developers. Programming is a skill that is very beneficial in our wild 21st century. Initiatives like Code.org are growing and not without the cause - knowing at least basics of programming may be an important skill for everyone in the future.


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<h4>mobiloitte.com - <a href='http://www.mobiloitte.com/blog/ruby-rails-one-hot-web-application-framework-2016'>Ruby on Rails: One of the Hot Web Application Framework 2016</a></h4><p>As the technology is evolving, countless new frameworks are evolving superior to others in the market. Developer gets stuck with specific functionality challenges while building web applications, every framework bring its own pros and cons. The most robust amongst all is Ruby on Rails, one of the preferable frameworks of developers for building modern web apps.</p><hr>
<img width='380px' src='https://i-cdn.embed.ly/1/display/crop?height=300&key=fd92ebbc52fc43fb98f69e50e7893c13&url=https%3A%2F%2Frubygarage.s3.amazonaws.com%2Fuploads%2Farticle%2Fmain_image%2F29%2F00-header.jpg&width=636'>
<h4>rubygarage.org - <a href='https://rubygarage.org/blog/most-popular-websites-built-with-ruby-on-rails-part-two'>Most Popular Websites on Ruby on Rails. Part Two</a></h4><p>Scribd is the service for storing digital documents. Founded in 2006, the service positions itself as a library of scientific articles and a tool for viral spread of presentations. It is based on the following model: the clients do not buy a book (movie, music), but pay a small monthly fee for the use of the entire library. The service functionality includes avatars, contacts, profiles, rankings, statistics and recommendations.</p><hr>
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<h4>engineyard.com - <a href='https://www.engineyard.com/blog/a-look-at-rails-5'>A Look at Rails 5</a></h4><p>From the start, Rails was praised for being the easiest way to get Ruby on the web. Not only has it solidified itself as the easiest option, it’s become the best. Since then, many other options have arrived, but Rails is still the de facto framework for Ruby developers. To help illustrate just how far we’ve come since Ruby 4, let’s take a look at some of the highlights of Ruby 5.</p><hr>
<img width='380px' src='https://i-cdn.embed.ly/1/display/crop?height=300&key=fd92ebbc52fc43fb98f69e50e7893c13&url=http%3A%2F%2Fmisc.railsrumble.com.s3.amazonaws.com%2Fassets%2Fimages%2F2016%2F01%2Fweb_app_frameworks.png&width=636'>
<h4>blog.railsrumble.com - <a href='http://blog.railsrumble.com/2016/01/15/gem-teardown/'>2015 Rails Rumble Gem Teardown</a></h4><p>The Rails Rumble organizers - especially Tom Mango - were kind enough to collect Gemfiles from the teams and provide them to us for some analysis. They did a similar writeup last year except that this year, the first analysis was made by the Rails app we made during the Rails Rumble! First, let’s introduce you to the Gemsavvy project. </p><hr>
<img width='179px' src='https://i-cdn.embed.ly/1/display/resize?key=fd92ebbc52fc43fb98f69e50e7893c13&url=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.honeybadger.io%2Fimages%2Fteam%2Fstarr.jpg&width=175'>
<h4>blog.honeybadger.io - <a href='http://blog.honeybadger.io/writing-command-line-apps-in-ruby/'>Writing Command-Line Apps in Ruby</a></h4><p>While it's fun to write little one off utility scripts, sometimes you need to write a real honest to God command-line application.Fortunately, Ruby gives you all the building blocks you need to command-line applications fairly easily. 	This post  hope to go beyond the typical "how to do X with gem Y" approach, and instead do a broad overview of all the pieces that go together to make a first-rate command-line app.</p><hr>
<img width='380px' src='https://i-cdn.embed.ly/1/display/crop?height=300&key=fd92ebbc52fc43fb98f69e50e7893c13&url=https%3A%2F%2Fblog.codeship.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2016%2F10%2FCodeship_Five-Practices-for-Robust-Ruby-on-Rails-Applications.jpg&width=636'>
<h4>blog.codeship.com - <a href='https://blog.codeship.com/five-practices-for-robust-ruby-on-rails-applications/'>Five Practices for Robust Ruby on Rails Applications</a></h4><p>This article was originally published on Brewhouse’s blog by Philippe Creux, and with his permission, we are sharing it here for Codeship readers. At Brewhouse, we follow five simple practices to make our Rails applications robust. It all comes down to failing early, loudly, and often. We ensure that data is valid and applications behave properly by catching issues early on.</p><hr>
<img width='380px' src='https://i-cdn.embed.ly/1/display/crop?height=300&key=fd92ebbc52fc43fb98f69e50e7893c13&url=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.kontena.io%2Fcontent%2Fimages%2F2016%2F03%2F11749538774_02752d2ed1_k.jpg&width=636'>
<h4>blog.kontena.io - <a href='http://blog.kontena.io/rails-5-and-docker/'>Rails 5 and Docker: Lessons Learn</a></h4><p>Rails 5.0 is now just around the corner introducing cool new features for websockets and API-only applications. Along with Rails 4.0 improvements Rails has became mature and prospering platform for web development.In this article we'll explore how to create a simple Rails 5.0 application, package it as Docker image and set-up a platform for running it virtually at any scale on any infrastructure while trying to address all the most common pain points. </p><hr>
<img width='380px' src='https://i-cdn.embed.ly/1/display/crop?height=300&key=fd92ebbc52fc43fb98f69e50e7893c13&url=https%3A%2F%2Frailcarma-gvoc2bj4fyvwep.stackpathdns.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2016%2F11%2FRuby-on-Rails-Web-Development.jpg&width=636'>
<h4>railscarma.com - <a href='http://www.railscarma.com/blog/technical-articles/rails-caching-dalli-gem/'>Rails caching with Dalli Gem</a></h4><p>Dalli is a high performance pure Ruby client for accessing memcached servers. It works with memcached 1.4+ only, as it uses the newer binary protocol.Memcached is a quick in-memory protest reserving framework that can make Rails run much quicker with not very many changes.
Memcached is an in-memory key-value store for little pieces of discretionary information (strings, objects) from consequences of database calls, API calls, or page rendering.Run the command below to install memcached. </p><hr>
<img width='380px' src='https://i-cdn.embed.ly/1/display/crop?height=300&key=fd92ebbc52fc43fb98f69e50e7893c13&url=https%3A%2F%2Fcdn-images-1.medium.com%2Fmax%2F1600%2F1*Hl-Lr3zsvPIWn-HtQGVYyg.jpeg&width=636'>
<h4>hackernoon.com - <a href='https://hackernoon.com/5-ruby-on-rails-tips-you-probably-dont-know-8b80b4a0890f'>5 Ruby on Rails Tips You Probably Don't Know </a></h4><p>Since I started working with Ruby on Rails, and after several years of using it passed by, I can't stop wondering when I discover something new in Ruby world. Yes, this is how it works?-?you know, Ruby is for developer happiness (beyond this there are some other principles) and each year of using it and finding out new stuff supports this feeling inside.</p><hr>
<h4>blog.arkency.com - <a href='https://blog.arkency.com/junior-rails-developer/'>Junior Rails Developer course</a></h4><p>Enter the entertaining world of the IT career. Upgrade your wages and join the fantastic community of Rails developers. Programming is a skill that is very beneficial in our wild 21st century. Initiatives like Code.org are growing and not without the cause - knowing at least basics of programming may be an important skill for everyone in the future.</p><hr>
<h2>From Our Partners</h2>
<h4>Lusha - <a href="https://www.lusha.co/api">Contacts API</a></h4><p>Lusha's REST API allows users to query a vast dataset of business profiles and companies and receive and get a profile of the item you were looking for. The two main calls are: Company API, which returns company data based on domain or company name, and Person API, which returns contact data for a business profile. Learn more about what you can do with the Company API..</p>
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