Tag Archive: Ruby on Rails
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Adding flash message capability to your render calls in Rails
Ruby on Rails 3.x has given us a lot of syntactical sugar. Most of it are pretty small things, things you might not even discover unless someone told…
Heroku Nightly Database Backups with Cron
I thought I’d share a quick tip how to do nightly database backups with Cron at Heroku.
Cron tasks for your Rails application with Resque
The most common way to have cron tasks with your Rails application is to have a Rake task and configure it’s periodic execution in the crontab. This allows…
Rails 3.1 and asset pipeline
When we heard the announcement of Ruby on Rails 3.1 RC, we agreed that we upgrade one of our internal applications and check out all of the new…
Optimizing Ruby on Rails applications with NodeJS
Last week we had an interesting problem to solve in one of our projects. And as the result of this solution, we unexpectedly ended up using NodeJS. In…
Correct PayPal IPN handling with Rails
While working with different PayPal payment APIs, I have read a lot of tutorials, library code and documentation about the given matter. While there are several quite competent…