Let's talk about using Ruby Modules in Rails applications.I want to apply this tutorial to one refactoring task, where two pieces of code look very similar.
Setup an environment for ruby/rails edge is not as simple as it seems, there are a few steps that needs to be taken care for first.
As a programmer few times we are given the task of picking a programming language to work on, but most of the times this is not the case, as someone or somehow we are told to use a specific language by request.The selection of a programming language can be perceived as a simple decision, but it's not at all. Choosing a programming language at free will or because that language pays the bills, impact the future of our career.
I read an "old" post in the Rails Best Practices blog:http://rails-bestpractices.com/posts/704-speed-up-assets-precompile-with-turbo-sprockets-rails3I had been searching some time to improve this common problem when deploying Rails 3.1 & 3.2 apps, and their really slow precompile time.
I have been coding on the Android platform since it was first released back in 2008. As you probably know, the programming language of choice for Android development is Java.
Lately, RubyMotion has become an increasingly popular tool for developing iOS applications with Ruby. When one has a hands-on experience with the interface is easy to tell why Ruby is a much more appealing language than Objetive-C.
Ever wondered if you can take Ruby to the next level? Maybe program some hardware with it? Well, me too! And Phidgets is a great tool for accomplishing this goal.
In our last post we talk about Sinatra framework; and Omar showed us how to build our first test-driven Sinatra app. Today, we're going to talk about what is behind Sinatra, the pros and cons, without any coding. -- Mario
Sinatra is one of the most popular micro frameworks for Ruby, it?s an easy and fast way to create web applications or services.
After a while of working with CSS, in different projects and with different people, I have realized that there is a lack of standards for it. Like, when you have to make some corrections or improvements and open the CSS file and you get a thousand lines of code with no comments at all.