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Shared Mustache Templates for Rails 3

Hello my dear friends. Today we will talk about how we share mustache templates in Rails 3. Let’s imagine that we have a task, where on first load of the page we show only 10 products. But when user scroll, we should automatically load more products on page (aka continuous …

CouchDB and CouchApp. Part 3

Hello my dear friends. In Part 1, we built a simple couchapp application. In Part 2, I shown number of tips for using CouchDB on production. Today we will deploy our CouchApp application to the production environment. CouchApp have built-in “push” command, which helps you to build and push design …

CouchDB and CouchApp. Part 2

Hello my dear friends. In Part 1, we built a simple couchapp application. I will cover only CouchDB in this article. There are a number of tips for using CouchDB described. Filtering Views by Parts of a Complex Key In CouchDB, the sorting of view results is based upon the …

PiRo – the Rocket for you PivotalTracker account(s)

The PivotalTracker is a great tool. Our company using it for all web projects. But even this tool doesn’t cover all our needs: One person can work under more, than one project Some persons work with other teams, which have own PivotalTracker account Get information about all stories in all …

CouchDB and CouchApp. Part 1

To write a web application today there are many languages, frameworks and libraries. One of the main languages in this set is JavaScript, because this technique works in most browsers without any additional third-party libraries and quite flexible. At the moment, it is possible to write entire applications to be …