Articles tagged « Ruby on Rails »
A staging environment is meant to track as closely as possible the production environment in order for your app to be entirely tested under the condition of production. Let’s dig into this.
Some time ago, I released a tiny gem that helps me to clean some user generated fields: ActiveCleaner.
In a Ruby on Rails app, there are settings. Many settings. Some can vary from development to production. Some are private as they may be passwords, secret tokens…
This is how I deal with those, using the tiny lib SettingsLogic.