If you use Docker to deploy your Rails application you may want to use the same infrastructure to run your tests. However the setup of your Selenium browser tests is far from obvious with Rails and Docker and may generate some confusion . The short answer is available in this repository on Github. For the long answer keep reading this blog post […]
Building complex queries in ruby can make your code quite difficult to read, manage and reuse. In this blog post I'll present a simple method to decorate active record objects to make your queries fun again!
This year Rails 5 will be released and the Railsconf keynote held by DHH - the author of Rails - presents the rationale behind its latest developments. In the following I'll show you why I think we are riding the good Rails and how to apply the right amount of criticism around the Rails' author […]
Rails does not help much when dealing with AJAX uploads by means of external JS libraries. I recently came across a case where a user on www.codementor.io was struggling to use JQuery-upload-file to upload a video to a Rails backend. The main reason to use the library was the progress bar feature, something that is […]
Fast web apps are beautiful to use and are one of the key requirements for a successful user experience. Not only, if you are running an e-commerce business being faster also have a great impact on revenue. Here I will show you how to analyze and speedup the performance of your web app for two […]