Since the beginning, GitHub.com has been a Ruby on Rails monolith. Today, the application is nearly two million lines of code and more than 1,000 engineers collaborate on it daily. We deploy as often as 20 times a day, and nearly every week one of those deploys is a Rails upgrade. Upgrading Rails weekly Every […]
Retrofitting OpenAPI documentation to your Rails codebase (12 mins read).
How to take a Rails codebase and introduce OpenAPI documentation and contract tests, in a test-driven manner.
How to run OpenAPI-driven contract tests against a Rails API.
This tutorial shows how to reuse the OpenAPI specification to validate requests and responses in a Rails application using the gem Committee.
rails and committee are good friends. Contribute to willnet/committee-rails development by creating an account on GitHub.
TLDR; heroku labs:enable build-in-app-dir -a <APP_NAME> Now enjoy your Rails app booting...
Ruby on Rails made web development fun again and forced the entire industry to adapt and pay attention to developer experience long before it was cool. The impact of Rails is hard to overstate.
Mark Imbriaco (@markimbriaco)Fri, 10 Sep 2021 16:18 +0000
The effects of Basecamp's decisions over the last week is harming Rails. I propose we fix this problem by making Rails less associated with any particular entity or individual. If you're in the Rails community, please (respectfully) speak up. discuss.rubyonrails.org/t/effect-of-th…
Eric Schultz says "Black Lives Matter" (@wwahammy)Fri, 30 Apr 2021 23:32 +0000
There’s a miniature licensing storm going on in the Rails world right now. It transpires that a Rails dependency has been using a file from a GPL licensed lib, the de facto implication is every app using Rails would need to be GPL (e.g. open source). github.com/rails/rails/is…
Paul Campbell (@paulca)Wed, 24 Mar 2021 16:06 GMT
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