Blog posts with development tag

Top 10 famous websites built with Ruby on Rails.

If you're still hesitating if RoR is the best choice for you, here are top 10 famous websites built with Ruby on Rails. Feel inspired!

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Creating your own SaaS Rails application: where to begin? what to use?

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?

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Why do we do Open Source?

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?

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SAP Hana Rails App with SAP Authorization system

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.

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Video encoding processor for CarrierWave, more options and background processing

Tips how to tackle with video processing.

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CarrierWave - basic video conversion

Months ago we wrote about video converting with CarrierWave. Implementation with Voyeur gem is pretty outdated at the moment, so we though we could share something more up to date

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Getting your Rails app running on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform

Getting your Rails app running on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform

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It’s a rails world babe and it ain’t magic.

Do you remember your first steps in Ruby on Rails? Can you recall your first line of code? For a while, let's go back to the good old days.

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Lost in (Rails) translation

Lit stands for “Lost in translation” and it describes mountable Rails engine that helps you and your client with translating Rails applications. As most of our work is made for foreign clients, we know the pain of translating few thousand phrases. You can use YAML files and forward them to the client. Good luck with that - it only confuses people. That's why we've started looking for an easier way - web interface for managing I18n translations.

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Happy birthday, dear Ruby, happy birthday to you!

Let's celebrate the 21st anniversary of Ruby!

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Ruby 2.1.0 performance in Rails tests

Ruby 2.1.0 introduced many performance improvements.

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Jenkins setup for Rails and Bitbucket

If you haven’t installed Jenkins yet, hop over to the Jenkins Wiki page on installing Jenkins.

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LD27

We do love programming hackatons – we have some experience with Rails Rumble and now it seems that we know something about game programming as well. Last weekend Ludlum Dare 27 took place, with leading theme – “10 seconds”.

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Why Facebook is not showing share dialog inside tab

Today I struggled for a few hours with non-working FB.ui share dialog on facebook tab (so no authorization or whatsoever was required). The strange thing was that the script worked great in dev environment and refused to work in production.

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Video encoding processor for CarrierWave

Recently I was wondering if it’s really easy to create own processor / converter for CarrierWave.

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