A public status page conveys your service's health and availability to your internal and external users—fostering transparency and trust. We've launched a new status pages feature, adding support for custom domains and branding!
Whether you're deploying to production, running tests on CI, or creating a standardized dev environment, containers are handy. In this article, Geshan shows us how to containerize an existing Laravel app with docker.
SSL-related outages are pretty common, and often happen when you forget to renew a certificate. Lucky for you, Honeybadger's Uptime Monitoring will now warn you before your certificates expire!
Modern web UIs are complex. Traditional layout/template/partial techniques are not always the best fit. ViewComponent seeks to provide a better way. It's a framework for creating reusable, testable & encapsulated view components that integrate seamlessly with Rails. In this article, Abiodun Olowode shows us how to use ViewComponent to make our Rails views more manageable.
Caching is an essential tool for making web apps go fast. It's easy to implement but difficult to get right. In this article, Ashley Allen shows us how to implement caching using Laravel's built-in system, which supports multiple back-ends like Memcached and Redis.
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 Elastic Beanstalk is an easy way to deploy web applications and services. Just upload your code, and it handles the details like server provisioning, load-balancing, scaling, etc. In this article, Samson Omojola shows us how to deploy our Laravel apps to EBS.
GraphQL is a flexible, strongly-typed query language. It's useful because it gives front-end developers the ability to query the database without many changes to the back-end. In this article, David Sanchez shows us how to design and build our own GraphQL APIs in Rails.
Typically, every project that you do will have its own git repository. This approach can be cumbersome when those projects are closely tied. Monorepos promise a more convenient alternative. In this article, Saiharsha Balasubramaniam shows how to set up and manage a monorepo for a JS project using Yarn Workspaces and Lerna.