Rails really takes the idea of separating an application's data, user interface, and control logic to a whole new level. In this article we'll see how.
David Bush discusses the importance of understanding core functionality in Rails, showing how indexes work and how to implement a database by yourself.
Vinoth completes this two-part series on authenticating your Rails API using JWT by handling reset password and email endpoints.
Parth Modi generates executable docs for his Rails API using swagger-docs and swagger-ui.
Fred Heath discusses the many different many-to-many associations and how to handle each with ActiveRecord.
Jesse Novotny provides a walkthrough for setting up an Angular single page app on Rails with Devise and Bootstrap.
Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski walks through 10 common security issues when using Rails and how to avoid and manage each one.
In this episode, Tim and David are joined by Glenn Goodrich, aka Ruprict, a developer by day and SitePoint's Ruby Channel editor by night.
Vinoth shows you what the Heroku Metrics Dashboard displays and then runs through some scenarios on improving performance using these metrics.
David Bush introduces Rack-App, a web microframework in Ruby that has a single dependency, can handle thousands of endpoints, and is among the fastest around.
Rails: Novice to Ninja: The plugins architecture of Rails warrants attention, and this excerpt gives detailed insight to master the use of plugins in Rails.
Viktoria Kotsurenko explains seven very useful design patterns and how they can be applied to MVC components in Rails to make your app more maintainable.
Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski pens the first of a two-part series building a complete messaging system with Rails and ActionCable.
Given that software is changing at the speed of light, how can something like Rails an object-oriented language persevere? Is it worth learning? Yes!