In this post, I will look into what variables are, starting from their definition and move to exploring their use cases
This tutorial shows Ruby on Rails security best practices, and explains why it is not advisable to rely solely on built-in security features.
In this tutorial, we will walk through a few common Ruby code smells and how to best deodorize them. Code smells are symptoms of a deeper problem, and by eliminating them, we can leave our code elegant and odor free!
If you plan on migrating from Rails to Sails, first let's compare their core concepts: from their background, down to their REST implementation.
Ruby's Enumerable module is capable of solving a variety of problems with precise, compact tools, which can make you a much better Ruby programmer.
A side-by-side comparison of these two frameworks (and languages) would be excellent. To make the comparison fun, I decided to port a simple web-based game (named Pegger) to each framework.
In this tutorial, we'll explore Ruby best practices to ensure our code is in line with Matz's principles of being legible, modular, and concise.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to optimize solutions to interview type questions by looking into two versions of the range summary algorithm in ruby.
In this tutorial, we’ll cover two different algorithms to encrypt text with Vigenere Cipher. One is a more naive, but concise, solution; and the second is more computationally efficient.
Time to create your first Rails REST API using JSON