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How to Write Smoke Tests for an Ember Rails Stack

The following story shows the importance of smoke tests when writing an app using the Ember+Rails stack. It covers the most basic example, and even then things go awry. In addition, it shows an example of an end-to-end test and some of the difficulty in setting up an environment for smoke tests. Finally, it mentions exhaust, a library that can ...

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How to use Rails Active Job

You’re always striving to give your users a better experience when they use your website or application. One of the most important ways to achieve this is by giving them quick server response times. In this article, we’ll explore how to use Rails Active Job to enable us to do this through the use of a queuing system. You can ...

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Non-Rails Frameworks in Ruby: Cuba, Sinatra, Padrino, Lotus

It’s common for a Ruby developer to describe themselves as a Rails developer. It’s also common for someone’s entire Ruby experience to be through Rails. Rails began in 2003 by David Heinemeier Hansson, quickly becoming the most popular web framework and also serving as an introduction to Ruby for many developers. Rails is great. I use it every day for ...

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WebSockets in Rails 4

I previously published this article on my personal blog early 2013, but thought I’d share it today with our Codeship readers. Enjoy! I’ve been using Rails 4 (beta) a lot recently. In a previous post we looked at how ActionController::Live can be used with Server-Sent Events, but the problem with that is that there’s no way for the client to ...

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