Are you considering an upgrade for your Rails or Ruby application, but you’re concerned about low test coverage? Don’t worry! In this post, we’ll explore effective strategies to address the risks associated with low test coverage. By implementing these strategies, you’ll be able to upgrade your application with confidence. Let’s dive in!Read more
Articles by Francois Buys
Upgrading from Ruby 2 to Ruby 3 can be a challenging task, especially when your
Rails application relies on ActiveJob with Sidekiq. In the process, you may encounter
ArgumentError exceptions that make the upgrade seem daunting. By following along
you’ll be well-equipped to avoid some of the hurdles that come your way.
We, full stack Rails engineers, have come a long way. We started off as full stack engineers with our backend and frontend all in one framework. We had the asset pipeline (with sprockets) to help us maintain this ecosystem. When the time came we introduced webpacker to fill in where sprockets fell short.
In this post we will take a look at how we can take the next step on our journey by migrating from webpacker to esbuild.Read more
In this article we will discuss and demonstrate how we can use Ruby to encode UUIDs into URL friendly representations. This article does not assume any previous knowledge about UUIDs. Instead we will first discuss what exactly a UUID is. We look at all the reasons we would prefer using UUIDs over conventional incremental integers.
You can look forward to some binary math and adding a simple but effective encoding algorithm to your tool belt.Read more