Happy Friday Everyone,
This week’s roundup covers articles on better way to import records in Rails, different libraries available in Elixir for pagination, guide on how to add finger-print authentication to Android application, information about HTML Apis and much more.
Ruby on Rails
A better way to import all your records using ActiveRecord Import! - Here is the one of the best way of importing all your records using ActiveRecord Import
POST != Create and PUT != Update - Think twice before using PUT in your routes,” says Tomas. When it comes to HTTP verbs if you PUT your faith in the wrong spot you may have to PATCH your app later.
Ossert: Evaluating Ruby Gems as a Service - A look at the ways in which you could judge Ruby gems based on their metadata, and how an attempt to do so led to a new site called Ossert.
Elixir Pagination with Scrivener - Learn how different Scrivener libraries can be used for your pagination needs.
Phoenix and Elm, a real use case (pt. 1) - A step by step tutorial to build a Phoenix and Elm app.
Basic Authentication In Your Phoenix App - HTTP Basic Authentication in your Phoenix app is easy using plugs.
Add watermarks to images using React and Filestack API - A guide on how to automatically show the source of the image as a watermark
Share Code between React and React Apps - A in-depth guide on higher Order Components (HOC) Stateless Functional Components.
Adding fingerprint authentication to your android app - An article explaining process of adding fingerprint authentication which can increase the security and user experience of your application.
Onsen UI with Vue 2 binding alpha version is here! - What’s new about Onsen-UI with Vue 2 and how to get started.
Android Firebase RecyclerView With Geofire - An article explaining the ways in fetching Geofire data from firebase.
HTML & CSS
HTML APIs - HTML APIs: What They Are And How To Design A Good One
CSS direction aware Hover Effects - How to Create Direction-Aware CSS-Only Hover Effects
Today we moved all of Twitter's mobile web traffic (that's like, a lot) to our new web stack – Node.js, Express, React PWA.— Nicolas (@necolas) February 8, 2017