how to build a complete, real-world application from scratch with Ruby on Rails step by step.
A lot of Ruby code is "magic". We'll explain the magic and see how it works using the powerful tools Ruby gives us.
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We're ready to deploy our Password Manager to a hosting provider. We've chosen Fly.io this time to change things up and see how another hosting service works.
Next we're going to deploy our Rails blog application to production! This is a huge step, but also
Deploying your Ruby on Rails applications to Render is only a few file modifications away. Learn how to deploy your Ruby on Rails applications using Render in this episode.
Fly.io supports deploying Ruby on Rails using Docker containers to multiple regions. For the same benefits you get using a CDN, you can use Fly.io to deploy Rails and Postgres close to your users around the world.
Deploying to production often requires running tasks to backfill new columns and other data. The maintenance_tasks gem from Shopify does a great job of allowing you to define tasks with arguments and run them in production.
Learn how to deploy your Ruby on Rails app to a Staging Environment
Continuous Deployment is the automation of deploying any code that gets merged into your main or release branch. We can easily set up GitHub Actions to run CI and CD for us to automate everything.
Deploying Rails to production for the first time can be confusing and daunting. We'll walk through every step of the process and show you how to setup a production Rails server from scratch.
See how to migrate your Ruby apps from Heroku to Hatchbox.io
A talk I recently gave for Remote Ruby explaining some of the approaches I use to build Hatchbox.io
Track errors in Rails, Sidekiq, etc in production for free using the open source Errbit app and the Airbrake gem
Learn how to deploy Sidekiq to production with Heroku
Learn how to deploy ActionCable and Rails 5 with Passenger
An introduction to the Puma webserver and how to deploy your application to Heroku
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