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Volt is a reactive framework that runs your ruby code on the server and client side via opal. Instead of syncing data via HTTP, Volt setups a persistent connection between the client and server. When a client updates some data, it updates in both the database and for any other listening clients automatically.
Justin Gordon recently released an article posing that question and gives some advice on choosing between the Zeus with Parallel Test and Spring. Zeus preloads your Rails app so that development tasks, like console, server, generate, and specs, take less than a second. By incorporating Parallel Tests you get even more speed by running them in parallel. Spring also preloads your Rails app and keeps the application running in the background. That way, you don’t have to boot the test environment each time. Both are really great options for speeding up your tests.
In this blog post, John Poulin gets into the nitty gritty details of the Rails’ protect_from_forgery method. He illustrates each step taken when handling forged requests in Rails 3 and Rails 4. He also pinpoints some potential pitfalls as well as how they can be mitigated.
Upmin support has released the Upmin Admin framework for creating powerful admin backends with little effort. It uses existing methods to create the admin without the need for custom forms, controllers, or actions. It automatically creates paginated search pages for your existing models as well as pages to view and update existing records.
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@rubystrings, Global Day of Coderetreat 2014, Asynchronous Integration Tests With Capybara, nice rake tasks, and module prepend in rails 5
This episode covers RSpec 3.1, unifying multiple analytics services with Rack::Tracker, new features in Rails 4.2, the Fearless Rails Deployment book, a spike for thoughts about Rack 2.0 with The_Metal and RubyConf Portugal.
Reading Rails talks TimeWithZone, descriptive_statistics, new gems in Rails 4.2, Paperdragon, and using Ruby's English operators all in this episode of the Ruby5 podcast!
In today's episode we cover the new Rails 4.2beta, JSON API Resources, Country Select 2.0, Harpoon, Poodr course learning, and Feature Focus all while riding in our Roles Royce.
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