Jeremy Evans (of Roda and Sequel fame) created an interesting benchmark comparing memory and runtime performance of large number of routes (up to 10000) in various Ruby web frameworks. I was immediately interested and ran it to get the numbers.
Here is a quick’n’dirty cheatsheet for basic Active Storage actions.
Login as various users during development can become pretty annoying especially since it’s very difficult to remember all of the passwords across users or apps. If your app authentication happen to be built with Sorcery here’s is a very easy and straightforward way how to implement auto login.
I decided to write a book (at the very least attempt to). And yes, there will be some Fedora inside!
A quick fix for an annoying (and not very descriptive) error Browsing context has been discarded when setting up Ruby on Rails system tests with Firefox headless.
This is a simple example of adding a conditional and partial unique index to Rails applications backed by PostgreSQL.
Database migrations are the tricky part of any deployment. They make zero-time deploys problematic. They requires special attention since they can break stuff. Some might choose to run migrations automatically, some of us run them manually. But one thing is almost always true; the production code without migrations should not ever run. So how not […]
At work we use ActiveModel::Serializer to serialize ActiveRecord objects into JSON:API-like responses for our APIs. The problem is that ActiveModel::Serializer is clever enough to dasherize our hash keys (so they can be accessed as properties instead of  brackets syntax) and our hash keys are actually real keys that we have to serve untouched.
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?