by Julia T. 1458 views
Does your website offer encrypted HTTPS connections to visitors? Do you use HTTPS by default for administrative logins or lead-generation forms? You may not think you need HTTPS if you only run a marketing site and aren't asking for credit card information, but in fact you might be putting both your site and your users at risk if you’re still using HTTP.
by Viktoria K. 290 views
SOLID principles are five object-oriented design principles that help developers design flexible architectures that are easy to update and extend over time. In this post, we’ll talk about the practical side of applying SOLID design patterns and will provide examples in Ruby.
by Maryna Z. and Oleg Prokhoda 815 views
Ruby and Rails fans, we’re proud to announce the new rubric on our blog. From now on, we’ll publish a monthly digest of the hottest news and events from Ruby and Rails world. Read about successful cases of scaling a Rails app, Rails 5.1.0.beta1 release and more!
by Vlad V. and Maryna Z. 698 views
Do you need to manage and analyze enormous datasets? Do you want to simplify application deployment? In 2017, it’s easier than ever to analyze large datasets and deploy applications. We’ll review some tools that can help you keep up with modern software development trends.
by Sviatoslav A. 851 views
by Sviatoslav A. 918 views
When you need to add a payment gateway to your online store or marketplace, Stripe, Braintree, and PayPal are probably your best options. But how do they compare with regard to their billing models? We’ll show you in this article.
by Sviatoslav A. 984 views