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Do you concern concerns?

Concerns in Ruby on Rails By reading this tutorial you will be able to use Active Model concerns in Ruby on Rails. Recently you may have noticed that starting from version 4 Rails creates a new folder called Concerns. What are concerns? Concerns are pieces of code that allow you to organize, in much better […]

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Keep it clean – few words about coding standards

Professionalism likes order and standardization. That’s a fact – enhanced organization boosts productivity and decreases the chance of failure. As an evidence let’s recall lean methodology invented and successfully implemented by Toyota. It is no different with the programming, caring of code quality and readability became standard and every developer wanted to be considered as […]

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What’s the deal with RPA?

So, what’s the deal with RPA? I bet many of You have heard of mysterious three letters connected together in that shape. We can acknowledge about RPA in countless kind of media: business press, on insurance theme blog or during the podcast about logistic and transport. Despite the fact that this technology is applicable in […]

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Login via Facebook in Rails App

Facebook authorization with devise and omniauth in production (Heroku) Who isn’t tired of creating an account on every possible website? Isn’t it just better to click and login using your account from one of Internet giants(like Facebook)? It’s convenient for users and fairly simple to set up. I know you’re in a hurry, so let’s […]

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Quick intro to Flask

What is Flask? Flask is a web framework written in python. It is a micro web framework as it does not use any third party tools or library. It is based on Werkzeug toolkit which is a WSGI utility library and Jinja2 template engine and is BSD licensed. WSGI is a protocol which allows Python […]

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The rails way of real time

Rails is a development tool that provides web developers a framework and structure to introduce all the code they write. The Rails framework allows developers to create websites and applications. Rails are written in Ruby, the programming language, which is also used with Rails. Ruby’s call for developers lies in the elegance and brevity of […]

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Rails and Django comparison

For the integration of web applications, a template is provided by a web framework. There are so many frameworks available in the market and one might get confused to choose a one. Newcomers want a framework which is easy to learn and continue to progress with, in future. Django and Ruby on Rails are the […]

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