There will be a time when your Rails development environment started to become very slow due to multiple reasons, but mostly because your codebase is very big and the monolith architecture is just too sweet for you to pass on.
As you probably know, the charting library is not accessible publicly. You need to request access from them. So, I can’t really give a complete repo as an example. I did however open a PR at https://github.com/tradingview/charting-library-examples/pull/197, but I’m not sure if it’s going to be accepted.
I haven’t really worked on Rails for a while so I decided to take a sneak peek on what’s going in Ruby on Rails land.
The first thing I want to try is to integrate Rails with Bootstrap. It seems like a lot of tutorials are focusing on how to use webpack for CSS and JS.
Recently, I learned a trick to make my Telegram bot private to certain users.
I tried not to create the whole CRUD thingy for the membership and after Googling I found out about one of the API provided.
I keep on searching for this topic, so I guess it’s time I put it on my blog.
First of all, let’s get one thing straight. This is not a guide for those who are trying their best to not use Unix like environment in develop Rails application. This is more like a guide to do almost everything in Linux without replacing your Windows.
This guide will help you (mostly will help me in the future) to configure your Ruby on Rails to support connection to Sybase.