Yes, you read that right. We are using Capistrano – a very popular application deployment tool that is written in Ruby to deploy a Python Django app. In fact, you can deploy any application written in any language using Capistrano. We have been using Capistrano to deploy Rails apps for a very long time and […]
Why Ruby on Rails ?
For the success of a web app, the back end development is as crucial as the front end. Developers are in a constant search to find the best framework to suit their needs. While there had been rumours and articles on the end of Ruby on Rails (RoR), the truth is that the framework is […]
Ruby vs Python: The ultimate battle
A tough question that goes through the mind of all web developers. Ruby vs Python. Which one is better? Both of them are popular languages suited for developing web applications. In short, it’s the clash of the Titans.
Jekyll Docker image missing C headers
So, if you are using Jekyll Docker image and you need to install any Ruby gems that require C headers, such as raindrops in my case, which was a dependency for unicorn, you will find yourself faced with this error: fatal error: asm/types.h: No such file or directory Fortunately, there is a quick fix for […]
Custom Table View Cell using Interface Builder with RubyMotion
I’m a RubyMotion newbie and I wanted to create a custom table view cell which simply had three labels – a title, a subtitle and a third label on the right side of the cell. I found a few help around for creating custom table view cell programmatically, which helped me do the job, but […]