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Daniel P. Clark

Measuring Performance Metrics in Rails

Development

Reading Time: 7 minutesPerformance is a topic many developers value highly, with web frameworks, programming languages, databases, and various technologies all boasting about performance. However, this isn’t usually the first consideration for a web application, as getting a product or service made more quickly is a higher priority. We tend to think about performance once a product/service is […]

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Refactoring for the Tell Don’t Ask Pattern

Development

Reading Time: 7 minutesDesign patterns provide us with guidelines to help us implement clear and concise maintainable code. When implementing object-oriented design, both duck typing and the Tell Don’t Ask pattern go hand in hand to produce easily composable and maintainable code. Also functional programming and common interface techniques such as Monads by design implement Tell Don’t Ask. […]

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VueJS Components with CoffeeScript for Rails

Development

Reading Time: 7 minutesThe components aspect of VueJS is one of the most attractive features VueJS brings to your frontend development. It allows for composable, reusable, and protected scope code, styles, and HTML. Working with protected scopes is the smart way for implementing coherent systems. And with the added benefit of VueJS protecting your style’s scope to only […]

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VueJS as a Frontend for Rails

Development

Reading Time: 9 minutesVueJS is one of the fastest rising stars in the JavaScript frontend ecosystem. It largely embodies simplicity and composability of frontend design solutions without going overboard. It provides a more elegant way to reduce complexity in both scripting and your styling by grouping them into components. This protects your site’s styles from conflicts and also […]

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