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Setup your development environment.
Configure your production server.
Learn how to modify production to run websockets.
Cheap, easy hosting for Ruby and Rails apps.
Launch your product business way faster with our SaaS template.
Accept Payments with Stripe.
Building a simplified version of Instagram is a great way to learn Rails.
Expert advice on keeping Rails apps organized and fast.
An introduction to the Puma webserver and how to deploy your application to Heroku
Learn how to deploy ActionCable and Rails 5 with Passenger
Learn how to deploy Sidekiq to production with Heroku
Feature flags enable us to turn on features for specific users, groups, and random percentages of our user base to test features before fully rolling them out
Security in production is important. We can use Fail2ban and NGINX to block malicious users from accessing our server and apps.
Linux server administration can be a pain. You can use cockpit to monitor your servers and keep an eye on long running processes like Sidekiq and Puma without having to SSH into your servers.
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.
CSS frameworks like Tailwind, Bootstrap, Foundation, etc all come with many CSS classes you probably aren't using. This creates huge CSS files unless we use a tool like PurgeCSS to look through our code and remove the unused classes.