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Locate your Facebook friends on a Google Map - A Ruby on Rails web application
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In this brief article, we will demonstrate how to deploy a Node.js application and run it on Docker's Windows Server Core 2016 Containers
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This article shows how to mix two signals into a third, in variable proportions.
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In this article, we'll go through the basics of Hotwire, as well as build a sample app using it.

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8 Oct 2013 by Marc Clifton
Locate your Facebook friends on a Google Map - A Ruby on Rails web application
2 Sep 2018 by Arthur V. Ratz
In this brief article, we will demonstrate how to deploy a Node.js application and run it on Docker's Windows Server Core 2016 Containers
20 Mar 2022 by Paul Aurelian Gagniuc
This article shows how to mix two signals into a third, in variable proportions.
11 Aug 2022 by Aleksandr Ulanov
In this article, we'll go through the basics of Hotwire, as well as build a sample app using it.
29 Aug 2022 by Aleksandr Ulanov
What are Service Objects and how you can use them to make your app cleaner and keep it maintainable
15 Mar 2011 by Piotr Grygorczuk
The Win32 serial port class for Ruby.
25 Mar 2013 by unitpoint
The ObjectScript is a new embedded programing language that mixes benefits of JavaScript, Lua, Ruby, Python and PHP. The ObjectScript has syntax from JavaScript, multiple results from Lua, sugar syntax from Ruby, magic methods from Python and much more.
17 Dec 2014 by wliao
Implementing an auto completion feature with Redis, NodeJS and jQuery
4 Mar 2015 by rjdudley
1&1 has become one of the most successful and popular hosting companies in the world by offering simple, inexpensive ($0.99/month for three months, then $8.99/month thereafter) and feature-rich hosting plans.
16 Feb 2016 by Jason Floyd
Use Mina to deploy a Ruby on Rails app quickly and easily.
4 Mar 2016 by trueknow
Mostly used iterators in Ruby
18 Mar 2016 by Vyacheslav Voronenko
Learn, how to implement provisioning script for your Ruby application.
3 Mar 2010 by Kanhar Munshi
A heavily optimized program written in Scheme that generates accurately the digits of the golden Ratio
6 May 2013 by titteke
Testing an ASP.NET MVC app with Ruby.
30 Sep 2019 by Member 4206974
A Tcl -Tk Form Generator that can be used alone or used to provide a fast Form generation for language in which this activity can be complex
16 Apr 2018 by Authorize.Net
The Authorize.Net API makes it easy to create, capture, refund and void secure payment transactions. Offering both XML or JSON, it works well with Ruby, Node.js, Python, and many other languages. The streamlined API also has the bandwidth to accept payments in every environment.
11 Jun 2018 by Wayne Myer
How tax automation can help your company cut costs and reduce risk by managing sales tax more effectively
8 Aug 2013 by Pradeep_Prabhu
DevOp ROI relies on combining best practices with the right tools. Tooling enables practices, and vice versa. The CloudMunch platform makes it happen.
15 May 2014 by Marc Clifton, Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter
Adventures in Javascript, JQuery, JQuery-UI, JQuery-tablesorter, and of course CSS and HTML
10 Apr 2013 by Marc Clifton
A comprehensive look at getting authentication working for Rails applications
14 Oct 2013 by Marc Clifton
Exploring how to implement functional programming features such as function composition and chaining in Ruby.
4 Mar 2019 by Ryan Peden
A brief overview of what Serverless is, and why giving it a try is worth your time.
16 Mar 2011 by Paul Lessard, M.Sc.
We propose a way to secure C# programs by emulating Taint checking
30 Oct 2014 by Ui-Sing So
The method doesn't replace existing Computer Language. Natural Language and Computer Language have to cooperate with each other.
3 Nov 2013 by Marc Clifton
Creating a website in Ruby on Rails for dynamically displaying and navigating a SQL Server database
22 Nov 2013 by Marc Clifton
Using JQuery UI and minimal Javascript to create a dynamic property grid editor that can be initialized in a fluid programming style or with a minimal DSL.
8 Nov 2012 by Marc Clifton
A quick test of Ruby performance vs. C#
23 Feb 2013 by Marc Clifton
A deep dive into the differences and similarities between C# and Ruby classes
30 Mar 2016 by CodeProject, Val Polouchkine
Welcome to our continuing series of CodeProject interviews in which we talk to developers about their backgrounds, projects, interests and pet peeves. In this installment we talk to Val Polouchkine, a Developer Advocate for Twitter.
22 Dec 2017 by Mahmoud Samir Fayed
We will learn about the innovation in the declarative approach of the Ring programming language.
21 Aug 2016 by Oddly Functional
One of the least understood design patterns, explained with practical examples.
12 Jan 2012 by lassebunk
An introduction to the Ruby on Rails framework.
23 Jun 2014 by Uros Calakovic
How to create Swing based GUIs with JRuby
26 Sep 2011 by Manning
A Chapter excerpt from Rails 3 in Action
3 Jul 2010 by Stas Wolski
This tutorial shows how to display editable datagrid in Ruby on Rails environment with the help of dhtmlxGrid.
13 Apr 2009 by adminmyserver
Ruby on Rails application for the world's fastest server data.
24 Aug 2008 by Eduard Ene
An article on EGen - a scalable code generation and maintenance framework for C/C++/C#/Java, implemented in Ruby.
19 Aug 2008 by baker.alex
Generate source code and database scripts for any language or platform.
24 Jan 2013 by Fairway Tech
A nested-form demo.
28 Jan 2013 by Fairway Tech
Rails 3.2: A Nested-Form Demo, Part 2
11 Feb 2013 by Fairway Tech
Rails 3.2: A Nested-Form Demo, Part 3: We're Starting Our Attack Run!
26 Feb 2013 by Fairway Tech
We'll take a look at adding some validation rules to our Ship and Pilot models.
19 Nov 2011 by RobLazarus
Review about the Creating Your Own Freaking Awesome Programming Language Book
9 Nov 2018 by Сергей Челноков
How to write your Notepad