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Read blog posts about building and managing your Ruby apps. We share tips & tricks about performance optimization, monitoring, and observability.

System Notifications with Noticed and CableReady in Rails
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System Notifications with Noticed and CableReady in Rails

Discover how to set up notifications for your Rails application using CableReady and Noticed.

By Julian Rubisch on

How to Scale Ruby on Rails Applications
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How to Scale Ruby on Rails Applications

Check out some ways to scale your Ruby on Rails applications, including with caching and background workers.

By Sapan Diwakar on

Build a Table Editor with Trix and Turbo Frames in Rails
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Build a Table Editor with Trix and Turbo Frames in Rails

Let's build a table editor in a Rails application using ActionText's Trix editor, and use Turbo Frames to customize your table.

By Julian Rubisch on

Improve Code in Your Ruby Application with RubyCritic
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Improve Code in Your Ruby Application with RubyCritic

Let's take a look at RubyCritic and dig into RubyCritic's reports.

By Brena Monteiro on

Security Best Practices for Your Rails Application
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Security Best Practices for Your Rails Application

Ensure your Rails application stays secure by following some best practices and habits.

By Paweł Dąbrowski on

Debugging in Ruby with AppSignal
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Debugging in Ruby with AppSignal

Learn how you can use AppSignal to log and debug your Ruby application.

By Brena Monteiro on

JIT Compilers for Ruby and Rails: An Overview
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JIT Compilers for Ruby and Rails: An Overview

Find out about the different JIT compilers for Ruby — YJIT, MJIT, and TenderJIT — and their benefits.

By Renata Marques on

Monitor Ruby Application Performance with Magic Dashboards
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Monitor Ruby Application Performance with Magic Dashboards

Let's monitor and fix performance issues within a Ruby on Rails application using magic dashboards.

By Darren Broemmer on

An Introduction to Ractors in Ruby
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An Introduction to Ractors in Ruby

Discover when and why you should use ractors, and build a ractor in Ruby.

By Abiodun Olowode on

A Deep Dive into Memory Leaks in Ruby
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A Deep Dive into Memory Leaks in Ruby

In the second and final part of our series on memory leaks in Ruby, let's dive a bit deeper into some tools you can use.

By Tony Rowan on

Connect a Ruby on Rails App with React in a Monolith
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Connect a Ruby on Rails App with React in a Monolith

Learn about the three main types of app architecture, then connect React with your monolith Ruby on Rails app.

By Paweł Dąbrowski on

Monitor Alpine Linux ARM Hosts with AppSignal
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Monitor Alpine Linux ARM Hosts with AppSignal

We've launched ARM support for machines running Alpine Linux.

By Tom de Bruijn on

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