Ruby on Rails: The N+1 query problem
2019-11-25 ByYan Carlos Marin
The N+1 Query is usually the biggest cause of most performance issues, but very few people know about it. Today we are going to unmask it.
Automatic browser reload after Ruby-on-Rails deployment
2019-06-10 ByYan Carlos Marin
Ruby-on-Rails has integrated WebSockets in a very efficient way with Action Cable into Rails version 5. We can take advantage of this feature to transmit data from our server to the client side and so we can identify when there is a change in our app...
How Ruby-On-Rails Is Transforming The Web Development World By Innovating Programming And Software Development
2019-05-01 ByAdela Barreto
The programming and software development world is ever evolving, and when it comes to developing a new innovation, your toolbox is large. There’s a multitude of languages and frameworks at your disposal, and although many of them are flexible enough ...
Integrating Zoom in my Rails Application
2019-01-11 ByLuis Fer Cuevas
Given all the features that Zoom provides we want to integrate it to our own Rails app to benefit from this amazing app
How To Use Neo4j With Rails
2017-09-12 ByFederico Ramallo
This data model allows you to avoid performance issues when you need to join multiple tables. Instead of rows you can use a more expressive and natural data model. Also the queries are faster to execute and easier to build on complex data relationshi...
Implementing Action Cable and Active Job in Rails 5
2016-06-09 ByTonatiuh Núñez
Have you checked Action Cable in Rails 5? It’s a nice addition that integrates WebSockets to Rails. In this post, we'll see how to implement Action Cable with Active Job. Active Job is a framework for declaring jobs.
How to take advantage of show source with pry
2016-05-13 ByTonatiuh Núñez
If you haven't heard of the pry gem I would encourage you to take a look at it. It can certainly help you speed up the debugging process of your code.