Happy Friday Everyone,
We will be catching up with some interesting articles on Handling Errors in an API Application the Rails Way, Connecting Elixir Containers, With DNS-Based Discovery and much more.
Ruby on Rails
Options for adding a blog to a Rails application - This blog post shows processes adding a blog in a Rails application
Handling Errors in an API Application the Rails Way - An introduction to proper error and exception handling in API Rails backends.
Ruby tips #1 - First part of series post about ruby tips and tricks
Ruby 2.3.2 Released - This blog is about Ruby 2.3.2 release notes
Factory Design Pattern in Ruby. An Example - This blog post shows the implementation of factory design pattern in Ruby
Connecting Elixir Containers, With DNS-Based Discovery - Learn about DNS-based discovery with Elixir libraries like Peerage and connecting in multi environment mode.
Testing Phoenix Views - A handy tip - use Phoenix.HTML.safe_to_string/1 to test your views in Phoenix.
Multifactor Authentication in your React Apps - Multifactor authentication can add that extra layer of security to protect your users.
React v15.4.0 Released - Details regarding the new version release.
BottomNavigationView - A new widget that was introduced in that release named BottomNavigationView which provides a simple way to implement the bottom navigation bar pattern which has been added to the Material Design Guidelines.
The key concepts of app tracking for developers - In this blog post they have describe the key principles of application tracking every mobile engineer should know about.
HTML & CSS
I totally forgot about print style sheets - A small collection of useful CSS techniques and a quick reminder that print style sheets are still a thing.
20+ Docs and Guides for Front-end Developers (No. 10) - In this article they have collected some resources to speed in different areas of front-end development.
The Best Way to Create Fantastic ‘Invisible Pen’ Effects in SVG - In this articles we have covered about Vivus and explained with some examples.
Request — what are some examples of funny idioms/phrases software devs use a lot? Things like "It works on my machine" etc.— The Practical Dev (@ThePracticalDev) November 16, 2016