At Cloud 66 we are happy to announce that the Webpacker Gem and Yarn is available now by default to our Rails/Rack users. Why is this important? Historically, addingRead More »
Introduction Last month I shared a simple but effective strategy of how to create a Redis Mutex in your Ruby applications to handle cross-process/cross server synchronisation. As a quickRead More »
About Phusion Passenger Phusion Passenger is an open source software designed to ensure easy and robust deployment of your Ruby, Python, Node.js and Meteor apps. The mission of thisRead More »
Abletech is a Wellington, New Zealand based software development firm. They’ve been building web and mobile applications using ruby-on-rails for over 10 years. I recently had the opportunity toRead More »
Spoon University was founded in 2013 as this generation’s trusted online resource for all things food and lifestyle related. Anyone interested in learning more about food (whether they’reRead More »
You've built and deployed your app, and you're now starting to experience heavier traffic as it gains traction in the market. Your cloud servers will be experiencing a heavier loadRead More »
Ruby on Rails makes it easy to get your app up and running. However, there are several ways to make it it even better. This article outlines tips, tricks, andRead More »
Two weeks ago, Rails announced the release of their latest version - Rails v.5.0. It's by far the best and most complete version of Rails yet, and we'reRead More »
I've been using Ruby on Rails for over 10 years now. When it first came out, deploying a Rails application to production (from configuring your server to making all theRead More »
In this last article for our current microservices series, we'll examine how to combine our Ruby-based and Node-based microservice APIs, into a single Docker-based stack on Cloud 66. The stackRead More »
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