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r/rails on Reddit: Is there a path into FAANG jobs for Ruby/Rails devs? » Posted by u/imnos - 26 votes and 24 comments

Facebook development in localhost - Stack Overflow » Dec 26, 2010… Edit: 2-15-2012 This is how to use FB authentication for a localhost website. I find it more scalable and convenient to set up a second …

Implementing Facebook JS SDK Login Frontend + Rails API Backend » Today I’m going to talk about my experience building Yijing-Ball Z, a Single Page Application (SPA) with a Vanilla JavaScript Frontend and…

Frank Moley on LinkedIn: Live coding interviews are just stupid, period end of story. I would fail… | 367 comments » Live coding interviews are just stupid, period end of story. I would fail most of them. I don’t code in unfamiliar IDEs with stupid made up examples in less… | 367 comments on LinkedIn

r/rubyonrails on Reddit: As a newcomer, how long does it take to learn Ruby on Rails and become a competent developer? » Posted by u/stprodigy - 8 votes and 13 comments

MacStories Interviews: Greg Pierce » In our ongoing series of interviews with developers and creators in the Apple community, I had the chance to talk with Greg Pierce, founder of Agile Tortoise. Greg makes some of our favorite iOS apps here at MacStories, namely Drafts and Terminology. Greg is also the man behind x-callback-url, an inter-app communication spec that I’ve

Flag to not leave so many comments in the default Gemfile » I make a lot of new Rails apps as I do a lot of tutorials and training and demo apps. I know that rails new has a bunch of flags to turn off gems and features, but what I want is a flag to leave the gems & features as-is but exclude all of the (slightly annoying) comments from the Gemfile. What’s most annoying is clicking into each comment, interspersed between the gem lines, and deleting them over and over again for each new app. And frankly, they read like jr-developer comments that you woul…

ruby on rails - How can I add localhost:3000 to Facebook App for… » Jan 3, 2014… How can I set up a Facebook app so it works on production and development? Here is the current configuration: App Domains: Website …

Request origin does not match request base_url · Issue #22965 · rails/rails » I am running the Rails 5.0.0 beta1 and after deploying to production have noticed something odd. My application is running being an Nginx reverse proxy which decrypts SSL. Every time I try to submi…

r/rails on Reddit: My thoughts on the Rise And Fall of Ruby on Rails - My thoughts after 15 years » Posted by u/UsuallyMooACow - 242 votes and 261 comments


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