Introduction Software is constantly evolving, both in specification and implementation. Keeping an extensible and maintainable codebase is, therefore, crucial to deal with these changes quickly and easily. Ruby on Rails comes with a lot of good techniques and patterns out of the box that facilitates this. Nevertheless, some of these
This is the first of a series about StimulusReflex, a new tool to help you bring Rails to the era of the backend-side-managed frontends. I was surprised to see that Phoenix LiveView and following with things like Motion and Sockpuppet use WebSockets to push updates from the server to the client and update the DOM accordingly.
I think we are quite underpowered when it comes to doing queries on Rails, having this in mind I proposed my opinion on how we could improve this and made a PR. I also wanted to share it here to know what others think and maybe get some traction. The
Working with ActiveAdmin At Rootstrap, my first assignment was to develop a Ruby on Rails application which uses ActiveAdmin (with ActiveAdmin Addons) as a framework to implement the user interface. I had never used ActiveAdmin before and I found myself reading a lot of documentation of the gem, in some
Here at Rootstrap, security is one of the top priorities, for us and for our clients. We ensure that malicious users can’t access any sensitive information from our client’s web apps. In this blog post, you’ll learn how to configure two factor authentication with OneLogin for your admin panel. 1) Some
Here at Rootstrap, we don’t believe in reinventing the wheel. We believe in making things simple and high quality of course. In this blog post, you’ll learn how to start working with Stripe and quickly have fully functioning online payments in your apps. WHY STRIPE? Pros Easy to implement and use
What’s Best Buy Ruby? Best Buy Ruby is a new gem developed entirely here, at Rootstrap. It’s basically a wrapper for the different Best Buy APIs. It offers a simple and intuitive interface that allows users to access the required API with as much customizations as they like. Why use it?
Introduction Software is constantly evolving, both in specification and implementation. Keeping an extensible and maintainable codebase is therefore crucial in order to deal with these changes quickly and easily. Ruby on Rails comes with a lot of good techniques and patterns out of the box that facilitate this. Nevertheless, some