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At least three times a week, we do our best to publish material on the Codeship blog with a helpful, problem-solving core. That means we’re trying to give you content that’s teaching you new things, solving potential problems, and showing you how another dev worked with a new tool.
Still, there’s no denying some of our posts hit the mark a little more strongly than others. In case you missed them, here are the ten most popular posts from Codeship’s blog that were published in 2016:
In this post, we’re building a restful API with Phoenix and comparing it to a Ruby on Rails API. But first, let’s make a case for learning Phoenix.
rkt has come a long way since its announcement in December 2014. Let’s take a closer look at how it fits into the rapidly changing container ecosystem.
There are so many specialized and optimized Docker hosting services available, it’s high time for a review to see what’s on offer.
Given how easy it is to build an authentication system, why would you jump straight to a gem that’s hard to understand and customize? Let’s talk about that.
Here’s how and why we at Codeship decided to use the VueJS library for our Docker-builds UI.
It’s important to produce a clear, standards-compliant API. We’re going to look at how to build an API that conforms to the json:api spec.
In this article, we discuss how to use Docker’s restart policy to automatically restart containers and avoid those late-night notifications.
Let’s get a REST API up and running quickly with the Serverless Framework (which relies on AWS Lambda) by using a starter/boilerplate project.
Ruby is awesome, but it’s not necessarily known for its speed. Sometimes it’s not the right tool for demanding applications. Welcome to Crystal.
Hopefully some of these posts offered you a convenient refresh of your memory, or, if you missed them the first time around, some new food for thought. Thanks for reading with us in 2016!