Blog posts with ruby on rails tag
From apps to Lego blocks and "Little Red Riding Hood". How I teach my daughters to code
I am a father of three incredible girls - one is five and two are three years old. They are much smarter than I am, and they are learning so fast, you can’t even imagine. But the greatest thing is their imagination. Amazing, indescribable imagination. Sometimes I try to learn something from my kids and this is what I did. About coding of course.
How to get the job of a Ruby on Rails developer at Prograils
You have completed your Ruby on Rails course or many of them, been writing code for a while now and have some brilliant ideas. Why not test them in some real work environment and apply for a Ruby on Rails developer position? At Prograils, you have a unique opportunity to learn its flavor. Let us show you how to impress us.
Top 19 Ruby gems you can’t miss in 2018
It took us three long years to give you an update on the Ruby gems our devs find the most useful or simply fun in their work. But, well, here it is. We are extremely pleased to bring you the list of gems you simply cannot miss in 2018.
They do IT again! Don’t miss Rails Girls Poznań 2018
Once again, Prograils are the main sponsor of the Rails Girls Poznań workshops. Between September 21 and 22, you’ll have a unique opportunity to learn how to design your first app in Ruby on Rails for free. All you need is your own laptop, hunger for knowledge and… being a woman! The registration process is over.
Bailiff 2.0: How my recruitment app helps manage team expenses
The recruitment process may look very different and may have a different number of steps, depending on the size of the company or a position you are applying for. Let me share with you the path I had to pass in order to become a junior Ruby on Rails developer at Prograils. This, however, was not some useless task you are usually asked to complete in order to get hired. I am happy that the outcome of my work, the app called Bailiff2.0 is now in frequent use among the team members of our software house to manage daily expenses.
RubyKaigi 2018: A conference as perfect as a good code
Everyone who works with Ruby probably knows that this language originates from Japan. No surprise that the idea of a human-friendly programming language appeared in the country of Zen. Also, that RubyKaigi, the biggest Ruby conference is being held in one of the Japanese cities each year. This May and June it was Sendai, and I was lucky to be nearby! Without hesitation, I decided to go there and attend this most prestigious Ruby event.
Pair programming in a software house: yes or no?
Over the years, pair programming has become a widely discussed concept in the software development community. The feelings towards it range from love to hate, depending on who you ask. Let us examine various scenarios, the pros and cons of this method and confront it with the everyday reality of a small software house.
Adding Webpacker to a legacy Rails app
Three ways of iterating over tree-like ActiveRecord structures
You are building an e-commerce app and at some point you introduce a Category model as a part of Product data. A Category can have various subcategories, which are represented by the same model. At this point, it's obvious we are dealing with a tree-like data structure. Step by step, I'll introduce three ways of iteration over such a structure and compare their performance.
Starting with Rails - how to set up a development environment
Take your very first steps with Ruby! This tutorial will show you how to set up an environment for future development in Ruby on Rails.
Rails 5.2 and Active Storage - the new approach to file uploads
Rails 5.2 and Active Storage - attach files, the modern way.
Capistrano deploy to ubuntu with systemd, nginx/puma and rbenv
This tutorial will show you how to deploy a Rails app via Capistrano, run it with Puma, restart it without sudo access and be able to host multiple environments and apps on same server
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.
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.