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Top Spree E-Commerce Extensions to Build Ruby E-Commerce Store

by Murtaza Basrai on 3rd November, 2017

Spree E-Commerce is a complete, scalable, API-driven open source E-commerce framework built with Ruby on Rails. Spree is well suited to serve as a custom technology platform to build any type of an E-commerce application: an online store, a multi vendor marketplace, a rich-content driven shopping platform, a social commerce website or a backend engine for an E-commerce mobile or tablet app (iOS, Android). It is used by more than 45,000 retailers as their e-commerce platform. You can get more details about Spree on it's Website and repository.

Spree is supported by many official as well as third party open source extensions. These extensions provides convenient, reusable & sharable way to modify or extend Spree Commerce. A Spree Commerce developer can either choose to use an existing extension to customise desired Spree feature or can create their own extension and share with community. There are hundreds of extensions already available.

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We have curated a list of Spree e-commerce Ruby on Rails plugin extensions considering the usage, popularity and response by the community.

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Published in ruby-on-rails, ruby | Tagged with community, ruby, ruby-gems, programming, open-source, ruby-on-rails, web-development

4 Easy Ways to Integrate React.JS with Ruby on Rails

by Srinidhi Prabandham on 6th October, 2017

Ruby on Rails has been an extremely productive monolith web application (full-stack) framework that enables developers to develop and deploy applications with ease. For businesses and startups, it serves as a platform that helps to get the product to the market quickly.

Ruby on Rails used to ship with jQuery by default (until version 5.1), jQuery is a great library that is small and robust. It makes things like HTML document traversal and manipulation, event handling, animation, and Ajax simple with an easy-to-use API.The plugin architecture is also very nice for extensibility and has a wide community support.

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React is a JavaScript library created and maintained at Facebook for building user interfaces, which aims to be declarative, making the code more predictable and easier to debug. React can be thought of the "V" (View) in "MVC" (Model, View, Controller architecture/design pattern). Views are modeled as components, the advantage of this that, we can pass rich data through the app and maintain state outside the DOM.

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Published in javascript, ruby, ruby-on-rails, tutorials, web-development | Tagged with ruby, ruby-on-rails, reactjs, community, frameworks, web-development, programming

Real Time Rails with Action Cable

by Srinidhi Prabandham on 10th August, 2017

Recent years have seen the rise of the real-time web. So what is real-time web?

The real-time web is a network web using technologies and practices that enable users to receive information as soon as it is published by its authors, rather than requiring that they or their software check a source periodically for updates.

Examples of the real-time web are Facebook's newsfeed, Notifications, and Twitter, implemented in social networking, search, Chat Applications and news sites.

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Published in ruby, ruby-on-rails, tutorials, web-development | Tagged with ruby, ruby-on-rails, ruby-gems, web-development, frameworks, redis, open-source, community

RailsGirls 2015 - What I Learnt as a Coach

by Akash Devaraju on 3rd February, 2015

The second edition of RailsGirls in India was hosted at Thoughtworks office in Bangalore on 31st Jan 2015.

The motive of Rails Girls is to give women an introduction to some of the tools & vocabulary of web development. It's a free one day workshop, facilitated by volunteer coaches & kind sponsors.

I have to admit, it was a welcome change to see a male to female ratio of ~1:10 at a tech event.

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Published in web-development, ruby-on-rails, ruby | Tagged with training, web-development, twitter-bootstrap, tutorials, community, open-source, rails-girls

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