Design Inspiration #233

Design Inspiration from Sevenhills, Sweet Magnolia Gelato Co, Natan, Rezo Zero, Hurdlr! Design Inspiration is a weekly post that showcases examples of some of the best new web design from around the internet. Sevenhills http://www.sevenhillswholefoods.com Sweet Magnolia Gelato Co http://www.sweetmagnoliagelato.com Natan http://natan.be Rezo Zero https://www.rezo-zero.com Hurdlr http://hurdlr.com

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Writing Functional Tests in Ruby on Rails

So far in our exploration of Ruby on Rails we’ve looked at Unit Testing a couple of times. When you are first getting to grips with writing tests, you are probably going to start with Unit Testing. Last week we briefly touched upon Functional Testing in Testing Active Job and Active Mailer in Ruby on […]

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Understanding the Types in Elixir

If you are looking to start building Erlang and Elixir applications I’m going to assume this is not your first time at the rodeo. When you are looking to start building your first web application, you are probably better off learning a programming language such as PHP, Ruby, or Python due to the vast number […]

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Design Inspiration #232

Design Inspiration from Zocdoc, Allbirds, Haus, Checkland Kindleysides, and Aire West Perth Apartments! Design Inspiration is a weekly post that showcases examples of some of the best new web design from around the internet. Zocdoc https://www.zocdoc.com Allbirds http://www.allbirds.com Haus https://www.madeinhaus.com Checkland Kindleysides Checkland Kindleysides

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Testing Active Job and Active Mailer in Ruby on Rails

Over the last couple of weeks we’ve looked at getting started with Active Job and Active Mailer. Being able to send email and put work onto a queue are fairly critical components of a modern web application, and so Rails makes a nice abstraction so we can get on with the important parts of the […]

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Programming Elixir [Review]

For many of today’s Ruby developers, their first real guidebook to the language came from Dave Thomas’ Ruby “Pickaxe” book. Dave is a well respected member of the Ruby community and the Pickaxe book was the ultimate introduction to the Ruby programming language. Like a lot of other people, Dave discovered Elixir and found a […]

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Design Inspiration #231

Design Inspiration from Quip, Chargebee, Nomad, Ride, and Lumoid! Design Inspiration is a weekly post that showcases examples of some of the best new web design from around the internet. Quip https://quip.com Chargebee https://www.chargebee.com Nomad https://www.nomadproject.io Ride https://ride.com Lumoid https://lumoid.com

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Getting started with Action Mailer in Ruby on Rails

Sending emails is one of those aspects of building web applications that is totally necessary, but nevertheless, a pain in the arse. There is so much value in sending emails that you can’t just not do it, yet there’s nothing fun about doing it. As you could probably guess, sending email is such a core […]

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Getting started with Elixir

I think a lot of developers reach a stage in their career when they long for something different, something that will change their perspective, and something that will make it possible to build things that just weren’t possible with their current toolset. For a while I’ve looked at languages such as Haskell, Clojure, or Scala […]

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Design Inspiration #230

Design Inspiration from Valio Con, Quiver, Caer, HashiCorp, and SoulPancake! Design Inspiration is a weekly post that showcases examples of some of the best new web design from around the internet. Valio Con http://valiocon.com Quiver https://quiver.net Caer http://www.caer.com HashiCorp https://www.hashicorp.com SoulPancake http://soulpancake.com

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