After some time with 1.0.0.rc1 I am releasing a final 1.0.0 of InvoicePrinter. So what it is it, what does it mean and what’s next?
If you are using Ruby on Rails together with Devise gem you might be wondering how to handle unauthorized error responces in your JSON API.
Deploying with Dokku and in need to run some basic setup tasks such as copying config/database.yml.example to config/database.yml in Rails? It’s possible with Dokku 0.5.0 and app.json file.
This a very short note on setting up Capybara to correctly follow redirects with Rails classic redirect_to @object pattern.
letsencrypt.org is the new awesomeness that happened to SSL on the web. Forget over-priced trusted certificates or self-signed certs for your side & pro bono projects. Try trusted SSL in seconds for free instead :). If you choose to use Let’s Encrypt I want to show you what needs to be done on a pretty […]
From the start I wanted an unobstructive and flexible API for InvoicePrinter. This flexibility enables anyone to make international duo-lingual invoices without any special i18n API provided. But the truth is I had something a bit better in mind from the beginning and in 0.0.9 I am including something new suited for the job.
Chances are you might need to run wkhtmltopdf on your server or in Vagrant environment (e.g. to overcome compatibility issue such as Cannot mix incompatible Qt library (version 0x50700) with this library (version 0x50701)). That way you need to be able to run it without an actual X server.
At work I needed to accept a Windows-1250 encoding in URL parameters on some actions in one of our Rails API endpoint. The problem is that Rails will scream at you since everything needs to come as UTF-8. Future! Unfortunately some 3rd party Windows software might be still in the past… at that time I […]
Let’s have a quick look on how to reuse our Ruby code and gems in Java leveraging the awesome work of JRuby guys. What we need is Java, Gradle and JRuby installed and we are ready to rock.
HTML-to-PDF or Prawn? Let’s look how these compare by generating an invoice using PDFKit and InvoicePrinter and examine performance, memory and usability.