Good news, Crystal developers! We just shipped an official Crystal shard for Honeybadger. Track errors and keep your users happy.
Turbo and ActionCable make it a snap to create Rails applications that respond to user behavior in real-time. In this article, Abiodun shows us how to use them together to create a full-featured chat application in Rails.
Google Cloud Platform provides developers with many tools to build scalable apps in a way friendlier than AWS. In this article, Olasubomi Oluwalana shows us how we can use the Google Cloud Engine, Storage, and PubSub offerings to build an uptime monitoring system in Ruby.
Tailwind CSS is a popular CSS framework that helps developers quickly build and style web pages with a unique utility-based approach. Unlike other CSS frameworks, it comes with its own build tooling. In this article, Jeffery Morhous walks us through setting up Tailwind CSS with Rails and Webpacker.
Vue is a popular front-end that is especially useful for Rails developers since it was designed to be incrementally adoptable. That means you can use Vue for parts of your UI without having to rebuild everything from scratch. In this article, John Emmanual will introduce us to Vue, show us how to set it up in Rails, and walk us through a simple project.
This article is the next in our series about building a toy programming language in Ruby. Alex Braha Stoll shows us how to implement the interpreter for function definitions, variable declarations, and more.
Race conditions are arguably the most insidious kind of bug; they're intermittent, subtle, and most likely to occur in production. ActiveRecord's `update_counter` provides us with a convenient way to avoid race conditions when incrementing or decrementing values in the database. In this article, Jonathan Miles shows us how to use it, how it's implemented, and other approaches to avoiding race conditions.