Devdatta Kane, Sep 07
Build APIs with Napa
Devdatta Kane shows you how to easily and quickly create APIs with Napa. Napa does one thing: API and it does it well.
Jamie Patel, Sep 04
Adapting RethinkDB For The Evented Web With Pusher
Jamie Patel shows you how to easily make real-time web applications with RethinkDB, Pusher, and Ruby.
Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski, Sep 03
Watch: Mysteries of Eigenclasses in Ruby
Eigenclasses are probably one of the most mysterious and crucial parts of the Ruby object model. In this video I will reveal the mystery of eigenclasses.
Glenn Goodrich, Aug 31
JSON Validation by Committee
Glenn Goodrich shows you how to write tests against your JSON schema, as well as equip your app to validate incoming requests using the committee gem.
Dhaivat Pandya, Aug 28
Phoenix for Railsies: Form Helpers and Models
Dhaivat Pandya pens his second installment in a look a the Elixir-based web framework, Phoenix. This post covers forms and helpers.
Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski, Aug 27
Watch: Elegant Coding Through Dynamic Methods
The first video of "Metaprogramming in Ruby" series. I will demonstrate how to implement dynamic methods making your code more elegant and concise.
Glenn Goodrich, Aug 24
Document Your JSON API Schema with PRMD
Glenn Goodrich explains how to use the PRMD gem to help generate, validate, and document your JSON Schema-based API.
Devdatta Kane, Aug 20
Deploy Your Rails App to AWS
Devdatta Kane walks through how to deploy a Rails application to Amazon Web Services (AWS). This is a step-by-step tutorial to show what's involved.
Darko Gjorgjievski, Aug 17
Understanding Scope in Ruby
Darko Gjorgjievski goes deep into understanding scope in Ruby. Learn about scope gates, how blocks affect things, and more in this in-depth post.
Kingsley Silas, Aug 13
The Pathway for New Railists
Kingsley Silas follows up his Pathway for New Rubyists article with a path for those who are new to Rails. Start out your Rails journey right.
Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski, Aug 10
Rails Authentication with Authlogic
Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski pens the fourth post in a series on Rails Authentication, this one focused on Authlogic.
Dhaivat Pandya, Aug 06
Phoenix for Railsies
Dhaivat Pandya takes an introductory look at Phoenix from a Rails perspective. Phoenix is a web framework written in Elixir on top of Erlang.
Brian Underwood, Aug 03
Why You Should Use Neo4j in Your Next Ruby App
Brian Underwood makes a great case why you should use Neo4j in your next Ruby app. Good examples and usable sample code. Check it.
Abder-Rahman Ali, Jul 27
Counting Real Words with Ruby
A. Hasan explains the writing of a script to count "considered words". The script filters out numbers and email addresses, among other items.
Darko Gjorgjievski, Jul 23
Model Web Pages with the Page Object Pattern
Darko Gjorgjievski dives into the Page Object pattern for modelling a web page within Ruby. Makes interacting with existing pages easy.
Devdatta Kane, Jul 20
Create Great Reports with JasperReports
Devdatta Kane introduces intergration JasperReports and Rails, allowing Rails devs to create robust, good-looking reports easily.
Nihal Sahu, Jul 16
An Interview with Dave Thomas
Nihal Sahu sits down with Dave Thomas, author of the Pragmatic Programmer, to discuss Agile approaches and programming in general.
Hendra Uzia, Jul 13
Enumerated Types with ActiveRecord and PostgreSQL
Hendria Uzia explains how to use enumerators with ActiveRecord::Enum and PostgreSQL Enumerated Types.
Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski, Jul 10
Uploading Files with Paperclip
Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski explores another file uploading solution in Paperclip. Paperclip is a very popular gem written by ThoughtBot.
Kingsley Silas, Jul 08
The Pathway for New Rubyists
Kingsley Silas runs through a great list of resources for new Rubyists. There are blogs, courses, and forums that will lead new Rubyists to learning.
Dhaivat Pandya, Jul 06
WebSockets in the Ruby Ecosystem
Dhaivat Pandya explains the humble beginnings of WebSockets and how you can use them in Ruby today and in the future.
Benjamin Tan Wei Hao, Jul 03
Implementing Lazy Enumerables in Ruby
Benjamin Tan Wei Hao offers this excerpt from his Ruby Closures book about creating your own lazy enumerable. See how fibers and enumerators work magic.
Glenn Goodrich, Jul 01
Kiba: ETL Done Right
Glenn Goodrich pens a tutorial on using Kiba, a lightweight ETL framework written in Ruby. Move and process your data like a boss.
Nihal Sahu, Jun 29
Nihal Sahu explains why he loves Ruby with 5 of the aspects of the language that excite him. There's a great chance they'll excite you, too.