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ActionCable can handle quite a bit of traffic, but it gets to a point where it can become a burden on the server. With AnyCable, we can not only handle more traffic, but it is also lighter on the resources.
Ruby and Ruby on Rails tricks from, dot files, operators, bundling, StimulusJS and more.
In this episode, we look into using Push Notifications within our Rails application and then using ActionCable to broadcast Push Notifications to the user.
When database tables get large, things can slow down significantly. In this episode, we look at a few things which helps keep databases performant and the client side responsive.
Dragon Ruby is toolchain that allows developers the ability to build apps and games in Ruby.
Ed Toro speaks to his experience at bootcamps from a teacher's perspective. We gain a different perspective of what bootcamps are like. Ed shares valuable information whether you're considering getting into coding or currently at a bootcamp.
Riaz talks about his experience with organizing and hosting the Atlanta Ruby Users Group meetup. We discuss sponsors, hidden costs of hosting meetups and general tips for guests.
Using StimulusJS controllers, adding nested forms to a Rails application is easy and unobtrusive. In this episode, we look at an alternative way of creating nested forms without the Cocoon gem.
In this interview, Frank Rietta, a security expert in web applications, talks about various recommendations for securing a Ruby on Rails application. Many areas are explored from code, staff, servers and infrastructure.