React back to basics
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This post will not be another post describing React and what is good or wrong about it; I’m just learning it, and part of the learning process I decided to write a blog post to help me maintain this new concept.
Back from summer resolution
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After a long vacation, I came with a lot of energy and new goals for the new year. So I’m going to start making things right. Being a developer can be challenging, and you have to continuously update your knowledge and keep practicing even outside office hours.
Testing Comamnd-Line Applications with Aruba
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ruby cli test
In the last couple of weeks, I have been working on a project of my own. I always love Command Line Tools; I don’t know what they have, but using them makes me feel more like a Hacker or someone that knows what he is doing.
Testing rake tasks
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rake ruby rspec
This post continues our work in Improving our rake tasks with OOP. In this one, we will discuss how to test our rake task; the example will be very straightforward. We will invoke the rake task and expect that some classes receive the correct arguments.
Improving our rake tasks with OOP
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I have been writing some rake tasks for downloading backups, accessing APIs, or automating tedious and repetitive work. Rake tasks are great, but dangerous at the same time. We add so much code to our rake tasks that they become a source of errors.
Working your way up with promises
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Using Rails Resolver Api
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Yesterday at work, we decided to improve our user experience in web mobile. We decided it was time to create a different view for each action. In Rails 4 there is this really cool feature called Variants
Set up a simple deployment system with Heroku and Rails
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Before deploying to production is always recommended to test everything first; you probably have a Test suit to test your application, but you never know what will happen when you deploy all changes to production.
Self-referential Associations in Rails
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rails ruby associations
When I first heard about this concept, I needed clarification. I was reading Learn Rails by Example by Michael Hart The concept was too complex to understand by then, so I researched.
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Recently reading some posts about ruby, I found myself with this exciting method called lazy. This method will help us when looping over some objects: Array, Hashes, and Files. If you want to loop through a huge array, and we only want to select the first 20 elements that evaluate our criteria, this is the kind of job for our lazy method.