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How to Learn Ruby on Rails from Scratch – Beginners Guide!

You should have probably heard this words “Nothing worth having comes easy”. But learning Ruby on Rails is easy and it’s worth too. So if you are aspiring to become a web developer and wanna develop complex and extremely fast web applications, then learning Ruby on Rails first will be the best option. We have […]

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    Agira Technologies
  • September 28, 2017

Ruby on Rails vs NodeJS – Which is the best for web development?

Choosing between NodeJS or Ruby on Rails can be a complicated task for most of the developers. Ruby on Rails has been winning developers hearts for many years, but nowadays NodeJS is also equally preferred. So now developers are torn between node js and Rails. Both Rails And NodeJS have their own set of pros […]

  • Agira Technologies
    Agira Technologies
  • September 20, 2017

7 Tools to keep your Rails code clean and organized

Developing a large application needs million or more lines of code. Irrespective of the size of application or number of lines of code, the accumulation of non-functional code is obvious. Keeping the code organized and cleaning up the dead or unwanted code is advantageous to you and other team members who deal with the same […]

  • Agira Technologies
    Agira Technologies
  • August 31, 2017

Rails Refactoring Techniques – Concerns

In this article, we are going to see the overview of Rails refactoring techniques, and focus on one of the techniques – called concerns. Why do we need to perform Rails refactoring? The objectives are as follows: DRY(Don’t repeat yourself) Easy to find Clarity Easy to change Performance tuning Easy to test As with all […]

  • Bharanidharan Arumugam
    Bharanidharan Arumugam
  • March 1, 2017

Upgrading to Rails 5.0 from Rails 4.2

Why to Upgrade? Rails 5.0 has a lot of new features. It addresses many issues and dealing with performance, security and new features like ActionCable, Rails API, Turbolinks 3 and etc. Check this out for more details: http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2016/6/30/Rails-5-0-final/ Prerequisites Rails 5.0 requires Ruby 2.2.2 or greater versions Upgrade your application to Rails 4.2 Decent code […]

  • Saravana
    Saravana
  • December 25, 2016

Dockerize an Existing Ruby on Rails Application

In this article, I am going to explain how to dockerize an existing Ruby on Rails application, and start & stop the application in development / production environment. What is Docker? Using docker, we can build and package an application or service with all the dependencies into single unit. Such a unit is called the […]

  • Mars Raj
    Mars Raj
  • September 22, 2016