With Rails 5 out, a lot of programmers would love to explore the forever missing Action Cable and other stateful features with WebSockets. We thought it would be worth highlighting some points to consider when working on such features.
With Rails 4 came support for array fields for PostgreSQL. However, this pattern of storing data is not quite popular. So we thought it would be nice to share where this can be used in a project.
One of the most common principles of Rails you might hear when starting off is - Fat Models, Thin Controllers. For sure, fat models are way better than having fat controllers, it helps create a better API for any model that you might have, but I a...