Category Archives: Tutorials

A Simple Go Web App on Heroku with MongoDB on MongoHQ

Go is an extremely clean and fun language to work with and has a bunch of handy, modular, well documented packages out of the box. We can easily build a small web app using pure Go for handler functions, the … Continue reading

Posted in MongoDB, Tutorials | Tagged , , , | 6 Comments

Protip – Capybara-RSpec integration with Continuous Integration.

If you are dealing with UI test case automation wherein you see your test cases running in the launched browser window – example being using ‘Capybara’ with ‘Selenium web-driver’ or for that matter any web-driver , then this post can … Continue reading

Posted in Ruby on Rails, Tutorials | Tagged , , , , | 6 Comments

Access Control in Ruby – understanding public, protected and private

We all know that ruby is different from all the other object oriented programming languages. But in what context? One of the differences lies in how ruby handles the protected and public methods and how other languages like c++ handle them. Continue reading

Posted in Ruby, Tutorials | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments

Ruby Through Rails – Part 1

(This has been reblogged from Sanjiv’s Blog post) I am starting a series of blog posts where we can learn Ruby through Rails. We will take a deep dive into Rails source code and learn about how Rails works — … Continue reading

Posted in Ruby, Ruby on Rails, Tutorials | Tagged | 5 Comments

Deployment Using Mina

Got a nice web app and want to deploy and you have no clue about deployment of a rails app.. well that’s exactly me 2 days ago… here I’m sharing what I have learnt Assumptions You have a working app … Continue reading

Posted in Ruby on Rails, Tutorials | Tagged , , | 5 Comments

Paypal payflow setup in rails

After long time of automation testing on rspec, recently I have started doing development. The initial task itself an interesting task – Paypal Payflow setup as a payment gateway for my rails application. Even though it took me three days … Continue reading

Posted in Ruby on Rails, Tutorials | Tagged , | 7 Comments

Migrating to new Heroku Postgres plans

Recently Heroku released new version of postgres 9.1 with new price plans. A notice was send to all users to migrate from there existing share database to new planes released with Postgres 9.1. In these new plans concept of limit … Continue reading

Posted in Ruby on Rails, Tutorials | Tagged , | 2 Comments