Hi! We are Bootyard! A Ruby on Rails Web Development and Web Design shop based in the Philippines.
And this is our Weekly Roundup will we talk about the hardest problem we faced this week, the solution to that problem and the lesson we learned while solving the problem.
This week I was working on a task for one of our projects here at Bootyard, www.SEOStartupGuide.com. This project is a website that talks about search engine optimization and aims to help startups learn about SEO.
While testing the app, using RSpec, some of the tests were failing. This was because of some Bootstrap files that Rspec cannot find. It was confusing because the app was able to use the files when run in the browser. RSpec looks for the file in the public assets folder so I just added a copy of the file there. This fixed the problem and now all the RSpec tests are now passing.
One of my task this week is to worked on the SEOStartupGuide pages design. I’m having a conflict when creating a new branch in git with my new task in SEOStartupGuide website.
So when you create a new branch make sure it was under the master branch. Then, before you start your task, make sure to have a pull updates in your local repository.
LinkHunter Application pulls relevant websites based on campaign’s keywords. And also it measures the domain authority of each websites. For the user can see the SEO value of each potential sites, so he know it’s worth contacting.
Now, our problem is on how to measure the domain authority of a website. To solve this problem, we need the help of Linkscape gem.
What is Linkscape gem?
Linkscape gem is a ruby library for SEOmoz API.
What is SEOmoz API?
SEOmoz API is an SEO tool and one of its features is to measure the domain authority of a website.
Last week, I worked on one of our client project which is HURR. One the features required us to verify the identity of the members of the application.
Onfido allows us to send user data without us actually saving the data and Onfido checks and sees and verifies if the user is legit.
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