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DevelopmentWeb
January 12, 2017

How we use Segment with Solidus / Spree

A little technical overview of how we use Segment with Spree to track users, orders and products.
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DevelopmentWeb
August 9, 2016

Service workers and browser push notifications (with Ruby on Rails example)

We were recently developing an app with a real-time notification component. Since we could be confident of the devices being used by end users, we decided to forego long-polling and…
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DevelopmentWeb
July 13, 2016

What I’ve learnt from teaching for Code First:Girls

What teaching for Code First:Girls has taught me about myself, the way I see development and how it affects our 'Do good; Be good' mindset.
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DevelopmentWeb
June 21, 2016

Multiparameter attributes with Ruby on Rails

In part 1, we looked at how Rails handles multiparameter attributes - like dates - in forms and models. This time, we'll be looking at how we can use this…
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DevelopmentWeb
June 8, 2016

Docker continued: trying out the beta for OS X and Rails

A while ago, an 'OS X native' version of Docker was released in beta stage. Thinking that it would be a better experience than my previous, I decided to give…
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DevelopmentWeb
June 1, 2016

Tic Tac Toe Game in Rails 5 with Action Cable

I've been playing around with Rails 5 Beta and as great as the Rails::API integration is, I think by far my favourite new feature is Action Cable. A lot of…
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DevelopmentWeb
May 12, 2016

How relevant is Ruby on Rails in 2016 for web application development?

Ruby on Rails was created in 2004 and Open Sourced in 2005 by David Heinemeier Hansson. It also was the framework used to create the now-superstar app Basecamp.
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CookiesHQDevelopmentWeb
May 10, 2016

We have created ‘Hebillas’, a suspender Ruby on Rails template companion

At CookiesHQ we always seek to accelerate our known and repeatable processes, so we took our Rails template up a notch with the help of Suspenders
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DevelopmentWeb
April 22, 2016

How to receive webhooks in your Ruby on Rails application – Part 1

Webhooks are very simple. A Webhook is an HTTP callback triggered by an external application to your application (or vice versa). In other words, it's a way to integrate with…
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