Small programs usually can be stored in one file so it won’t be a problem to read (and understand) them. Things start to complicate as your code grows: one day you may lose yourself in your own chaos and find it hard to organize your application. At this point, the best idea is to split your code (as a whole) into several files. To do that you need some helpful tricks that will let you use those files together. That's where the Ruby Methods come in.
Ruby comes with many statements and methods designed for looping. This amount can astonish both fledgling coders and developers experienced in other programming languages. In this post you'll be introduced to all ways of creating a loop in Ruby.
Official stock banks offer photos protected by copyright. What does it mean? According to the law, you should pay to use them. And it’s not cheap. Why buy a cow when you can get the milk for free?
It’s official now: Prograils was recognized as a Leading Top Software and Web Development Firm in Poland!
There are many recommended project management tools out there. They tempt to be the best solutions for your team to work better, together. No matter if you type/code/click from home, office or a coffee shop with a good Wi-Fi and great coffee. They all sound great, but what about tools that actually WORK?
New to Ruby? This Ruby Gem Guide will show you how to install and work with our favourite local gems.
We are pleased to announce that Prograils was recently handpicked as a top contending Ruby on Rails development house.
Clutch 2015 Digital Marketing Survey: small businesses need to improve their web presence. Over 25% of Small Businesses do not have a website.
Offline over the weekend? Computer turned off for a while? Temporary no Internet access? Grab a coffee and enjoy: Ruby press review - list of essential Ruby top stories we're following to stay up to date.
But who'd like to learn during the weekend... Relax, chill, rest a little. And brace yourself! Rails Tutorial is coming!
Do you know what fat cats like twitter (in its early days), yellow pages, basecamp, hulu, shopify, slideshare or github have in common? They’re all, along with more than other 800.000 existing websites running Ruby on Rails. How about staying behind such tech success by yourself?
As we make our living from using open source projects we feel that we owe something to the community, that we need to pay back our own contribution. To create the greater good that everyone may benefit from. Yeah, we’ve all heard that before, right? ;-) But besides paying a debt of gratitude, are there other reasons for opensourcing our own code? What exactly makes us do the open source?
You have one of the greatest ideas of your own software business, but you don’t have a technical background, huh? You don’t have to become a developer at a straight moment. It just doesn’t make sense. Instead of focusing efforts on developing your project you’ll end up swamped with poor, lonely fragments of code that simply won’t work.
If you have a Rails application running on the SAP Hana platform the issue you may encounter is how to allow users to login with their SAP account. We’ve managed to accomplish it and we would like to share with you a small tutorial about how we did that.