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Ruby on Rails

  • Ruby on Rails
    New Course: WebSocket-Powered Rails ApplicationsWebsocket
    90 shares
    Today's web applications demand real-time, low-latency data transfer. Users expect to interact with data in as close to real time as possible without minimizing the overall user experience. WebSockets allow you to do just that, by creating a persistent connection between a client and server that can be used to send data in real time. In this course, you'll learn how to use the emerging WebSocket technology in a Ruby on Rails application.Read More…
  • Ruby
    New Course: Build a Store With a Payment Gateway in RailsRubypayment
    119 shares
    Learn how to create a Rails application that shows your products off, allows customers to select them for purchase and also place orders so goods are delivered to them. In our new course, we'll focus on data model design and on integrating Rails with Braintree to process financial transactions.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Build a Custom API to Connect WordPress With Ruby on RailsWordpress rail api preview
    467 shares
    Once upon a time, web applications used to be monoliths that did everything all by themselves. These days, not so much. With web services opening up their APIs, developers are moving to using third party applications to handle parts of the functionality—things such as authentication or emailing users. While the most common case is one where you use an API to connect to one of the popular online services (Google, Twitter, and so on) there are times when both of the applications you want to connect are your own.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Securely Handling User's Login CredentialsSecure wide retina preview
    264 shares
    Consider the following tips on how to properly secure your user's login credentials.Read More…
  • Web Development
    The Best Way to Learn Ruby on RailsBest way to learn js
    116 shares
    I come from a PHP background, but these days, I'm a full-time Rails developer. The difficulty for most people who make the switch lies in the learning curve that’s involved. Once you've become proficient in a language or framework, switching to a new one feels like an unnecessary (and time-consuming) challenge. However, learning Ruby and Rails is actually pretty easy! It's an incredibly powerful framework, and has a huge community pushing it along. So that begs the question: what's the best way to learn Rails? Here's a lesson plan.Read More…
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