Piotr Jaworski Oct 16, 2017

Airbnb Map Clone Tutorial – React with Ruby on Rails

Honestly, I’ve always wanted to create something like the Airbnb map. It looks really great, when you drag and drop on it, it reloads the data and shows all available apartments on the map with…

Natalia Molik Natalia Molik Sep 29, 2017

3 Reasons Why To Choose Sketch As Your Web Design Tool

Let’s make it clear. I was a Photoshop geek for years – from when I started my journey with graphic design in high school until it became an essential tool in my day-to-day work as…

Monika Wieczorek Monika Wieczorek Sep 8, 2017

How To Hide That Ugly YouTube Preloader

Here’s a quick thing that may save you some time when you’re working on a video in a background thingy and using YouTube as your media source. If you’ve ever done something like that, you…

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Piotr Jaworski Aug 21, 2017

Hanami – Ruby Web Framework [Review]

If you think that Rails and Sinatra are the two most popular Ruby web frameworks, you’re probably right. Thanks to a big community and numerous gems, Rails is the biggest and most popular Ruby framework…

Piotr Jaworski Aug 3, 2017

Ruby State Machine – AASM Tutorial with Sequel, SQLite, Rake and RSpec

Have you ever had a problem managing a record’s state change logic? For example, managing products or orders in a shop or invoices (changing their states – from new, to delivered etc.)? Here comes AASM…

Paula Grzesiak Paula Grzesiak Jul 11, 2017

View Objects – The Way to Deal with Messy Rails Views

Why you should use View Objects? As your view begins to contain more complex logic, you can encounter all kinds of problems. First, it can be problematic to test. Second, your code becomes less readable…

Natalia Molik Natalia Molik Jun 20, 2017

5 Things to Keep in Mind While Hiring a Programmer in Poland

In April 2016 when I was joining Nopio, there were only five people on the board. Not a big team really, but in time new projects came in and we started to grow. Suddenly, we…

Piotr Nowak Piotr Nowak Jun 2, 2017

Pros and Cons of Using WordPress as a CMS for Your Website

For me, WordPress has always been a bit like the weird kid on the block. Everyone knows it to some extent – there’s hardly anyone who can imagine widespread blogging without it – but at…

Piotr Jaworski May 15, 2017

Rails API with Active Model Serializers – Part 2

In the previous installment of this series, I covered how to build a solid API using Rails 5. Today, I want to show how we should test our API and how to write clean and…

Piotr Jaworski Apr 25, 2017

Rails API with Active Model Serializers – Part 1

In this tutorial, we’ll build an API, which helps to organize the workflow of a library. It allows us to borrow a book, give it back, or to create a user, a book or an…

Tatiana Smirnova Tatiana Smirnova Apr 12, 2017

Rails Environment on Windows 10 Setup

A little while ago, my colleague quite boldly wrote that first time around, you will probably fail installing Ruby on Rails for Windows. Well, of course you’ll fail, if the last time you worked with…