Tag: rails

If you deploy a rails app forgetting to configure logs automatic rotation, few weeks later won't be difficult to find something like this: $ ls -lh log/production.log -rw-rw-r-- 1 www-data www-data 93,2M apr 10 17:49 production.log Think if you have to find some error log inside

If you, like me, have a lot of ruby apps and want to check if the code is vulnerable, Codesake::Dawn could be a useful gem. This gem supports Rails, Sinatra and Padrino apps. To install it in a Rails app, add the gem to the development group in Gemfile:

In various mailing lists I read a lot of threads about deploying a Rails app. I want to contribute to the topic with this post, where I'll describe how I'm now deploying my rails apps in a VPS (actually it's not a virtual but a physical server, but it's the

In my last work, Agrimè.it, an ecommerce built using Ruby on rails, I had to implement the cart payment using Paypal Express Checkout. Sadly, I found that was the worst time to do it, because Paypal was migrating the classic API to the new REST API and the documentation

I write code using Rails since 3 or 4 years now, but the reading of Rails Recipes, Rails 4 ed. by Chad Fowler suprised me with helpful Tips & Tricks at every page. This book isn't a guide for a newcomer to the Rails world (although it can be a newsworthy