Happy Friday Everyone,
Ruby on Rails
A look at concurrency in Rails 5.0 - A tour through some of the concurrency concepts and options available in Rails 5.
Common Rails Idioms that Kill Database -A look at some of the biggest culprits when it comes to database queries bogging down your app.
Your first Progressive Web App on Rails - This tutorial demonstrates how to make a Progressive Web App on Rails using Service Workers via the serviceworker-rails gem.
Integration Testing Phoenix With Wallaby - This blog post contains a recent Phoenix project with its basic setup called Wallaby.
Building a CQRS/ES web application in Elixir using Phoenix -Case study describing how to built a web application following a Command Query Responsibility Segregation and event sourcing (CQRS/ES) pattern in Elixir.
Maxwell: One HTTP Client to Rule Them All -A Elixir HTTP client which allow developers to customize its behavior with middleware.
Thinking Statefully -Article on how to Develop “Stateful” or “Declarative” Thinking in React.
A starting point on using D3 with React -A guide focussing on implementation and challenges for using D3 with React
How To Add React Router To Create React App - Add React Router to Create React App quickly and painlessly
Mastering Firebase Notifications -This post is about how to send and receive notification with Firebase.
Things to consider before running background tasks - This article focuses on the advantages and disadvantages of various threading mechanism in a hope to help you choose which way to go.
Making Mobile Apps with Qt - Learn why development with the Qt framework that V-Play offers is the right choice for your next project.
HTML & CSS
Use a Sass Variable for a Selector - This post tells us about how to use certain selectors in multiple places in our code.
Use CSS to format markdown or HTML files - This blog contains few additional features including the ability to inject tags directly into R tables and with some examples.
Speaking of CFPs… the RailsConf 2017 is open too, for another few weeks! Submit your proposals till 1/20 here: https://t.co/myYXrdf0Nn— RailsConf (@railsconf) January 3, 2017