Recent Posts by Ritu Chaturvedi

 

Evolution of Encrypted Credentials in Rails 6.2

Your blog The concept of encrypted secrets evolved and acquired a better shape with each update of the Rails version. Recently, Rails 6.2 has brought in many such updates to the credentials feature. Let us analyze and discuss encrypted credentials further, how to read...
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Rewrite Rules in Nginx

Rewrite rules modify a part or whole of the URL. This is done for two reasons. First, to inform clients about the relocation of resources, and second, to control the flow to Nginx. The two general-purpose methods used widely for rewriting URLs are the return directive...
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Code Concurrency and Two Easy Fixes

Code concurrency is a default in any Rails code. A threaded web serverwill simultaneously serve many HTTP requests, and each will hold its controller instance. Threaded active job adapters and action cable channels also handle multiple requests simultaneously. Even...
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Sending iOS Push Notifications via APNs

User engagement is of the highest importance in today's world, no matter what you sell or offer to your clients. And mobile phone notifications play the masterstroke in this aspect. By regular interactions with your clients through push notifications, it is possible to...
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The Developers Guide To Scaling Rails Apps

From Airbnb to Zendesk, a ton of really great apps were built using the Ruby programming language and the Rails web framework. Albeit a less popular option than other front-end frameworks such as React, Angular, and Vuejs, Rails still holds substantial merit in modern...
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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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DevOps: Top Trends & Challenges for Companies in 2021

2021 has arrived and the focus for this year is on patching up your DevOps and have it up and running as soon as possible. However, it might not be easy, and that’s why we compiled this list of the latest DevOps trends and solutions to help you. 
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When Giants Clash: Kubernetes vs Docker Swarm

According to a 2020 report from DataDog, nearly 90% of containers are run using container orchestration tools. What’s more interesting is that in 2018, only 50% of Docker environments were orchestrated.
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