Integrating Ruby on Rails Static Analysis with Codeship

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Reading Time: 5 minutesEvery development team has their own preferences for what kind of checks they want to run on newly committed code. One specific flavor of tools that developers use is static analysis. Static analysis tools are programs that preform checks “statically” on code. This means that they determine the correctness or validity of code without executing […]

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Working with DynamoDB

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Reading Time: 12 minutesRecently, I worked on an IoT-based project where we had to store time-series data coming from multiple sensors and show real-time data to an enduser. Further, we needed to generate reports and analyze gathered information. To deal with the continuous data flowing from the sensors, we chose DynamoDB for storage. DynamoDB promises to handle large […]

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Monitoring Your Asynchronous Python Web Applications Using Prometheus

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Reading Time: 6 minutesIn my last article, we saw how we can integrate the Prometheus monitoring system with synchronous Python applications. We focused on WSGI applications such as those written in Flask or Django and deployed using uwsgi or gunicorn. In this post, we will discuss integrating Prometheus with asynchronous web applications written using aiohttp, an HTTP client/server […]

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Visual Testing with Percy and Codeship Basic

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Reading Time: 2 minutesAt Codeship, we’re pleased to be able to integrate with several third-party products to make your CI/CD workflows that much smoother. For example, Percy, a visual testing platform, is one of our integration partners that adds extra functionality to your Codeship CI/CD pipelines. Here’s a brief overview of what you can accomplish when Codeship and […]

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4 Ways to Secure Your Authentication System in Rails

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Reading Time: 9 minutesThis article was originally published on Duck Type Labs by Sid Krishnan. With his kind permission, we’re sharing it here for Codeship readers. Authentication frameworks in Ruby on Rails can be somewhat of a contentious topic. Take Devise, one of the more popular options, for example. Critics of Devise point out, perhaps rightly so, that […]

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