When it comes to logging or tracking changes in Ruby on Rails models, We typically tend to use either paper_trail or audited gems as these are most popular and widely used gems in Ruby on Rails applications for tracking changes in Rails models, but what if you want to track the custom events on controller … Continue reading Custom event tracking with ActiveSupport::Notifications and Audited
Content posted here with the permission of the author PJ Hagerty, who is Developer, writer, speaker, musician, and Developer Advocate. He is known to travel the world speaking about programming and the way people think and interact. Programming languages tend to have trends. Once upon a time, it was COBOL that ruled the world. Then … Continue reading Elixir Isn’t Ruby
Content posted here with the permission of the author Akshay Birajdar, who is currently employed at Josh Software. Original post available here As a Rails developer, every time we work on a Rails project we heavily use rails console for development. I love the rails console as much as any Rails developer. It is the best … Continue reading Making Your Rails Console Interesting..
Arrrrcamp (with 4 R's) took place in the very beautiful town called Ghent, Belgium. It was my first time at this conference and it is one of the most awesome conferences I have been to. Everything right from stay, to opening the conference, food, breaks between talks, closing keynote and the boat party, was perfectly planned to … Continue reading Recap of Arrrrcamp, 2015
What is the best way to import data from legacy external sources into our Rails app and trigger certain tasks automatically in our rails app ? Read and find out!
There are many days of the year where nothing memorable happens, and then there are some days which leave a lasting impact on your life. I can vouch for the fact that if you ask people who attended this conference, at least 90% (including me) would say that the 2 days at the Ruby Conf … Continue reading Obrigado RubyConf Portugal
Creating HTML Parsers has never been this simple. Here is how you can create parsers very quickly with minimal code. Do check out the "rasper" gem on RubyGems.