Watir is an open source Ruby library build for automated tests, but it can be also used to build a web-scraper which simulates human clicks.
Thanks to built-in scaffolding feature starting the project in Ruby on Rails is easy, but when you create your own scaffold generator, it's even easier!
How to create AngularJS Single Page App using a front-end framework and Ruby on Rails on a back-end without using Rails views? See more in this tutorial.
How to add a simple React pagination? Thanks to this tutorial you will be able to paginate the events based on the number of events on a page.
Are you lost with local environment configuration? In this article, you'll learn how to configure everything together on macOS and most of the UNIX-like systems.
How to create Rails Chat Application? In this tutorial, we introduce you to the real-time messages using ActionCable - the new Rails 5 feature.
How to create chat application similar to Messenger using Rails 5 and Action Cable, which will allow to send and show messages without page refresh.
In this tutorial, we will create the similar app as we built with ReactJS but using AngularJS. It serves as a way to compare these two front-end technologies.
Learn how simple it is to authenticate and authorize your application using the popular Rails gems: Devise, CanCanCan, and Rolify.
Have you added some event by accident or misspelled a name or description and you can't edit or remove the mistake? Our React on Rails tutorial will help!
Learn how to use commonly available tools like Logger, Byebug, and Pry-Byebug to perform effectively Ruby on Rails Debugging.
Thanks to this tutorial you can create the application which uses ReactJS on the front-end and Rails on the back-end in 21 steps. Read on!
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