1. Using CockroachDB with Rails

    CockroachDB is a scalable, highly available database, and you can use it in your Rails apps today. In this guide, we'll walk you through the steps to using CockroachDB with Rails.
    Time An icon of a clock Publish Date
    March 26, 2021
    Person An icon of a human figure Authors
    Ali Ibrahim
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    Ruby
    Rails
  2. There's No Such Thing as a Free Gem

    If you had to connect your app to an OAuth provider, when would you rely on a library and when would you code it yourself? Could you explain your reasoning? Using OAuth log in to Twitter in Ruby on Rails as an example, let's walk through the decision to roll our own implementation and how to build it ourselves with working code samples.
    Time An icon of a clock Publish Date
    February 11, 2021
    Person An icon of a human figure Authors
    Justin Searls
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    Rails
  3. Adding Disallowed Deprecations to Rails 6.1

    Eliminating deprecation warnings is an important part of the Rails upgrade process. Disallowed Deprecations in Rails 6.1 provides a way to ensure deprecations don't get reintroduced once they've been removed from your codebase.
    Time An icon of a clock Publish Date
    December 15, 2020
    Person An icon of a human figure Authors
    Cliff Pruitt
    Category An icon of a paper organzier Categories
    Rails

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