Building a Vagrant Box: Setting up your Environment

If setting up a virtual development environment is your goal, here is a guide on how to utilize the vagrant box and virtual machine for this purpose. Let’s discuss the process in detail with this blog.
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Tutorial on how to use Active Storage on Rails 6.2

Understanding Active Storage in Rails 6.2
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Rails encrypted credentials on 6.2

Any rails program would have secrets to be stored, for at least the secret key base with tokens for third-party APIs.  Post  version updates, handling secrets has become easier.
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Don’t pass on PaaS

What you need to know to choose a PaaS.
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Up Your DevOps Game: It’s Time for NoOps

NoOps is here and it’s more than just a buzzword or an ideal. The next generation of platform-as-a-service ( PaaS) platforms are evolving to minimize the developers’ operational burden and reduce dependency on DevOps for deployment. Dev teams that don’t want to deal...
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The Ruby Unbundled Series: Services vs. Objects - The Battle for Decomposition and Reuse

Before finding a home with Ruby, I was a longtime Java developer almost from the very beginning of the language. So it certainly caught my attention when I read the opening line of this articleby Ilya Suzdalnitski: “C++ and Java probably are some of the worst mistakes...
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10 Lessons Learned from building Engine Yard's Container Platform on Kubernetes

Containers on Kubernetes is the modern way of deploying, managing and scaling applications in the cloud. At Engine Yard, we’ve always built products that make it easy for developers to deploy applications in the cloud without developing cloud expertise - in other...
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The Ruby Unbundled Series: Why You Should Check Out Hotwire Now

Hotwire truly is a game changer for Ruby on Rails web application development. Here's why. Photo by Erik Mcleanon Unsplash
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