Feature flags are used all across the tech industry to test code at scale; this article explores how to integrate them into your Ruby on Rails application using the Flipper gem.
People complain that Ruby isn't fast. Stripe—one of the world's largest and most influential Ruby shops—is working hard to change that. In addition to type-checking, this article explores a new, ahead-of-time Ruby compiler Stripe is developing as a part of their Sorbet Ruby Gem.
Next.js is sometimes confused with React. In the last few years, it's solidified itself as one of the leading frontend frameworks. In this article, Jeffery Morhous shows off what makes Next.js important to React developers, and teaches you how to build your own highly-performant blog.
Containers are popular because they create a reproducible environment that you can deploy to production and run locally in development. However, containerizing a Rails app can be tricky—Jeff Morhous helps us navigate the pitfalls.
Have you ever wanted to accept payments in Rails? With Stripe Checkout, it's never been easier. Jeffrey Morhous shows us how.
S3 is an excellent way to store files scalably and reliably. This article by Jeff Morhous will show you how to use S3 to store files uploaded to a Rails app.
AWS Lambda lets you run your code without worrying about the nuts and bolts of server management or scaling. You might even say it's "serverless." In this article, Jeffrey Morhous shows us how to get started writing Lambda functions 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.