Piotr Jaworski Mar 17, 2017

Web Scraping in Ruby with Watir

Introduction – what will we use? Have you ever had the problem that some services miss an API integration and you need to click through a page manually? Or you wanted to automate a process?…

Tatiana Smirnova Tatiana Smirnova Mar 7, 2017

Creating Your Own Scaffold Generator in Rails

Starting a new project using Ruby on Rails is very easy. While with a lot of other frameworks you spend some time building a basic MVC-carcass, Rails does everything for you thanks to its built-in…

Piotr Nowak Piotr Nowak Mar 2, 2017

Web Development: Part 8 – Web Application Maintenance

This should be the last part of this series and we will touch on something that takes place after the project is done, deployed and serving your clientele – web application maintenance. In previous parts,…

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Natalia Molik Natalia Molik Feb 24, 2017

Nopio Among Top Web Developers in Poland According to Clutch

Yesterday Clutch.co, a Washington based research firm, published a press release presenting the list of the leading developers in Poland. Nopio, together with 19 other companies in the market, was named a top contender for…

Piotr Jaworski Feb 22, 2017

AngularJS Single Page App using UI-Router and Angular Templates

Have you ever created a single page application using a front-end framework and using Ruby on Rails on a back-end without using Rails views? If you haven’t but you want to do – here’s the…

Monika Wieczorek Monika Wieczorek Feb 10, 2017

Converting SVG to Font Icon Using IcoMoon

Have you ever wondered how to effectively add many small icons to your website? These are more and more often a key part of the site’s design. One of the more common ways of doing…

Piotr Nowak Piotr Nowak Jan 24, 2017

Web Development: Essential Parts of Every Project Part 7 – Code Deployment

In this part of the series, we’ll cover a topic that most customers won’t even hear about: code deployment. For the new readers – this is Part 7 of the Web Development Overview series. In…

Piotr Jaworski Jan 16, 2017

React on Rails Tutorial: Part 3 – Pagination

Some of you requested to write an episode about React pagination, so here it is! This is the third episode of the “React on Rails” series, which covers integrating a Ruby on Rails back-end and a ReactJS…

Piotr Jaworski Jan 4, 2017

How to set up Local Environment for Rails with SublimeText

If you’re beginning your first adventure with web development, especially with Rails and JavaScript, you may be a bit lost with local environment configuration. There are a lot of things to work on, such as…

Paula Grzesiak Paula Grzesiak Dec 20, 2016

Memories from Code Europe Cracow 2016: Voice Recognition, Bots and Big Data

This December, I had the pleasure of attending the largest programming conference in Poland. Code Europe took place for the first time in ICE Cracow Congress Centre. The Absolvent.pl group organized the event to include…

Piotr Jaworski Dec 1, 2016

Rails Chat Application – part 2 [tutorial]

In the last tutorial, you were introduced to the basics of the messages system in Rails. In this part of the series, we’ll focus on the real-time messages using ActionCable – the new Rails 5…