This is step 4 of a series of video that show how to deploy a Rails application to elastic beanstalk using a continuous integration server. In this step we create a new Rails application, scaffold a model and deploy the application out to Elastic Beanstalk from the command line. We connect the application up to […]
This is step 2 of a series of video that show how to deploy a Rails application to elastic beanstalk using a continuous integration server. In this step we set up an Elastic Beanstalk application and environment and deploy the sample application.
In this crash course we will talk about all of the basics of Semantic UI including the styling of headings, buttons, lists, icons and much more. We will also look at the build and compile tools with Gulp. CODE: Code for this video SPONSORS: DevMountain Bootcamp – EDUONIX COURSES: Please use affiliate links from website […]
Well this is my first time using webcam, and I stutter a lot! Anyway, let’s begin an adventure using Ruby on Rails with Oracle Database, 11g. Some of you might struggle with this. Why not use MySQL? Well it depends on the project requirement, and MySQL has a lot of guidance and the installation is […]
Learn how to create an application stack using AWS CloudFormation. Stack will consist of EC2 instance and RDS for MySQL. Stack is defined using YAML template that contains 4 resources to be created on AWS, 1. EC2 Instance to run the application on 2. EC2 Security Group that defines the possible inbound ports on the […]
YLD and Cloud 66 joined forces, to teach you all about Node.js and microservice deployment. Learn how to start with microservices in Node.js. Find out how to containerize them, test them and deploy them in production. For this webinar we are creating an analytics app using a simple code example and a couple of microservices […]
Horrors and triumphs await new developers and their fellow team members. How do you take a junior developer from crippling fear of failure (hardcore imposter syndrome) to confident speaker at a Rails conference (usual amounts of imposter syndrome)? Included will be concrete examples of why a junior dev shouldn’t shy away from a Rails upgrade, […]
Microservices solve productivity and production performance problems that typically arise with monoliths — and do that best when they are implemented to work asynchronously. The thing is, as Rails developers, we are used to thinking in terms of synchronous REST APIs. To scale up, we need to rewire our brains. Based on Marko’s experience with […]
In this video Prof. Patterson describes the relationship between Github and Heroku and gives a short introduction to what they actually do. This video was filmed to support UC Irvine’s Master’s of Human Computer Interaction and Design (MHCID) program.
#RichTV Jobs | ‘The Recruiter’ – A phone conversation with a brilliant Ruby on Rails developer in San Diego with 3 years of software development experience. The candidate is immediately available for employment. Season 2, Episode 27. Upcoming: RichTV Live YouTube Forum, Q&A with Rich, Sat, May 5, 2PM PT. Subscribe on YouTube/tap bell icon […]
If you’re using Postgres (say as a part of your backend stack, say Ruby on Rails, Django) you can easily try out GraphQL APIs on top of your existing database with Hasura. It is as simple as exporting and importing the database with the tools that you are familiar with (pg_dump and psql)! Hasura’s GraphQL […]
Ruby on Rails development services offered by SynapseCo are popular worldwide. Our Ruby on Rails (RoR) experts have turned business ideas of numerous clients into million-dollar applications and they have reached the top positions in their business categories. You can also become one of them by availing our end-to-end services: web 2.0 development, web application […]