While learning AngularJS to make a single page app using Rails4, I found some good videos and blogs. However, I did not find any simple example for CRUD operations that made me easily understand the integration between Rails4 and AngularJS. So in this tutorial post, I explain how to create basic CRUD operation using Rails4 … Continue reading Building web apps with Rails4 and AngularJS in 15 minutes
After the resounding success of GopherCon 2014 in Denver, Co, USA the Go Language Community in India together with the Innovation And Technology Trust (ITT) (a non-profit organization, established to organize and conduct technology conferences in India whose current portfolio includes RubyConf India, GopherCon India and DevOpsDays India) are bringing you the first-ever Go conference … Continue reading The First-Ever Go Conference in India – GopherConIndia 2015
In my previous blog post I have discussed API designing and versioning. Now I am going to build a simple algorithm to restrict API access based on requests per minute using redis Very often, as an API provider we need to control request traffic based on certain criteria, like account subscription, time interval or requests … Continue reading API Throttling on Requests Per Minute
This is a story [Bidder](http://playbidder.in) - a simple idea that was conceived at RailsRumble 2013 and has since then come a long way. This talks about the innovation, changes and learning from this experience.
Held in the exquisite Crieff Hydro, Perthshire, this was another example of an exciting professionally organised Ruby Conference. There will always be a lot of information about the talks, so this is more about my experience there! At a conference, it's very important to ensure that the attendees get to experience the culture in addition … Continue reading Experiencing Ruby – the Scottish way
Today, a web-portal that does not support APIs is not even considered a web portal! This post explains how we can implement Rails APIs in our application. It talks about API keys, API versioning and authentication techniques.
When I started looking for gems which generate QR code in ruby I found "rqrcode" which generates only HTML code which was not useful to me. I wanted the QR code image so I looked at "qr4r" but here we can not customize the color, background color etc, so I decided to write my own code … Continue reading Generating dynamic QR codes in Rails using Rjb