Ruby on Rails

Articles on Ruby on Rails Development, Design Practices and Best Practices.

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.

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

Top Ruby Frameworks to Speed Up Web Development

by Murtaza Basrai on 24th August, 2017

Ruby is without any doubt, one of the most popular object oriented programming languages out there. It is loved by developers all around the world specially because it's not only powerful but has a sweet simple syntax with lot of great features.

There are quite a number of frameworks developed for Ruby over the years. These frameworks help a developer to accelerate the web development and create innovative web applications with a little effort.

I have mentioned a curated list of all the popular open-source ruby frameworks which are actively maintained. Some of those frameworks might not be as huge & feature rich as others but they work really well for a particular set of requirements.

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

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

Best Open Source CMS for Ruby on Rails

by Murtaza Basrai on 9th August, 2017

A content management system is a great way to host one or many dynamic websites on a single application - with having complete control over the content with the admin console it provides. Ruby on Rails has several popular content management systems - some are general purpose while some being very specific to a particular area. Ruby on Rails Developers who are working on RoR Ecommerce platforms, simple websites or web applications can easily adapt and customize those management systems.

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

Top 6 Online Beginner Courses for Learning Ruby on Rails

by Icicle on 13th May, 2013

Technology training has evolved a lot in the last few years. From an earlier focus on Classroom training or Book learning, the stress is now on self-learning with Videos, Live coding and Instructor led online training courses.

There are many online Ruby on Rails courses that train you on the basics, help you to develop your own applications, and show how to deploy them on a cloud platform. Taking an online course saves your time and money, and also enables you to learn new skills helping you to become a better developer.

Rails for Zombies

Here are few courses we found to be suitable for beginners and those who are new to Ruby on Rails. We have limited the choice to full length courses, with focus on self learning with Videos, Code snippets and Live programming.

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