Articles on Ruby
3 months ago
- How to resolve errors such as "Could not find rake-x in any of the sources" when running running a Rails console in a dyno.
1 year ago
- How to modify Ruby and Rails apps to use a non-Postgres default database.
- Creating, configuring, deploying and scaling Rails 5.x applications on Heroku, using Bundler dependency management.
- Don't use the Asset Sync gem. Instead, use a CDN.
- Cedar-14, the successor to the Cedar stack, runs on a newer operating system. Certain versions of Ruby 2.1 are not able to compile on Cedar-14 and they will not be available.
2 years ago
- A step-by-step guide for deploying your first Ruby app and mastering the basics of Heroku
3 years ago
- Why not to run WEBrick in production, and how to run a production web server instead.
- Create a pool of worker processes to better maximize the resources of a worker dyno.
- A tutorial showing how to build and deploy a Ruby Sinatra application application that uses a WebSocket.
- Creating, configuring, deploying and scaling Rails 4.x applications on Heroku, using Bundler dependency management.
4 years ago
- Upload and process image files to S3 in Ruby using the Paperclip library.
- Enqueue background jobs in Ruby with the Redis-backed queuing-library Resque.
5 years ago
- Configure a Rails 3.1+, or Rails 4 application to use Rack::Cache to cache public resources in a Rails application with the Dalli client library on Heroku Cedar.
- Run rake commands on Heroku with `heroku run rake`.
- Config.ru settings for deploying Rack-based apps, such as Sinatra, Camping and Ramaze, to Heroku.
- A PDF storage, search and retrieval application in Ruby that lets users upload and process PDFs (stored in Amazon S3), using a background worker.
- Build a Ruby application that uses OmniAuth and Devise to authenticate against Force.com using OAuth2.
- Create, configure, deploy and scale a Ruby application on Heroku.
- The Cedar stack is the most recent stack on Heroku, providing a PaaS supporting multiple languages, flexible process types, HTTP 1.1 and more.
- Page, action, fragment and low level caching considerations when building Rails applications on Heroku.