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Ruby on Rails Books for experienced developers

This time we'll jump to the next level by focusing on advanced RoR resources, perfect for those who have vast experience under their belt and feel comfortable in Ruby on Rails environment.

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Ceasta: how to create custom text area using contenteditable element

Find out how to create adjustable text area using the contenteditable element and add text highlighting.

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How To Do A Simple Calendar And Date Picker in Swift - Tutorial

In this post I’d like to show you how to make a very simple calendar picker - using class UICollectionView. Why? Sometimes default UIDatePicker isn’t sufficient enough. For example, when you need horizontal date picker or when there is no place for the standard date picker. OK, let’s see how to do it.

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Best Books to Learn Ruby on Rails - intermediate level

Part two: RoR tutorials for those with some coding experience.

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Prograils bezpiecznie podróżuje Uberem

5 Urodziny Prograils! W trosce bezpieczeństwo i komfort naszych gości przygotowaliśmy specjalną urodzinową niespodziankę: dwa kody zniżkowe upoważniające do tańszego przejazdu z UBER Polska!

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Rails Optimization: Introduction To Cache

As long as your application is small and has a limited amount of visitors everything goes smooth and fast. At this stage you don’t have to worry (well, you should, but let’s assume that time to market was the key factor) about making it more performant by focusing on website optimization. But as your website grows, gains popularity and visitors, loading time starts to increase...

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Design your first app

Lately, I had to design a new app from the scratch. In the past I’ve conducted some UX evaluations of existing applications and websites, so I’m not completely green - but designing something from the very beginning? It was definitely a challenging task.

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5 free tools every CxO should use

We all know how incredibly busy CxOs are. Startup leaders quite often have to juggle multiple responsibilities at the same time. From managing a team of developers, to taking care of Business Development, to even handling administrative tasks.

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Unusual ways to learn Swift programming

How to make time if you are too busy? Find out some ideas how you can help yourself with learning Swift if you don’t have enough time. Or, if you want to improve your skills in a train, plane, break between lessons, etc.

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Best Books to Learn Ruby on Rails

Part one: RoR tutorials for beginners.

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6 'cool' ways to feel Stress Free at work

No matter how much you adore your job, you probably feel the heat from time to time at work. (i.e. if you're a human just like me). The constant glaring at the screen not only puts a lot of strain in your eyes but also causes headache and can lead to increased anxiety and depression.

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How to group values by the Core Data attribute

Core Data is a powerful database for iOS and MacOS. It allows you to store information on device and - of course - read them. For small and bigger projects Core Data is a great solution. Especially that Core Data contains "magical" features as fetching, sorting or summing values.

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10 tips to boost your remote team performance

Effectively managing a remote team is a challenge to every leader. Keeping everyone on the same page not only requires an extra effort but often cuts into valuable time. Here are 10 tips that will help you boost your communication and make working within a remote team as smooth as possible.

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Brief introduction to internationalization in Rails

After creating your Ruby on Rails app you obviously want to reach as many users as possible. That’s the right time to think about internationalizing it, as not everyone is an English native speaker or uses it fluently enough. Fortunately, there is an easy-to-use and extensible framework to make your application multi-language-friendly.

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Active Record - brief introduction for beginners

When creating an app in Ruby on Rails, from the very beginning, on every single step of your developer's journey, you're going to use ActiveRecord methods. Lots of them, and frankly speaking, it's good to know them well (if not by heart).

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