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As a Stripe consulting partner, Red Ant’s team of Certified Stripe Architects and Certified Stripe Developers can help with advice, implementation, deployment, or managed services for your Stripe solution. Stripe payment processing solutions with Red Ant.
Significantly changes and improves the way a Property Manager works when managing a portfolio of rental properties. Solves issues around trust funds, eliminates fraud, improves the speed and resolves a lot of problems that a PM faces - freeing them up to be more strategic.
A digital product in the health and fitness area which has been incredibly popular, changing thousands of lives. Every second person we meet seems to either be doing it or know someone that is a raving fan.
Yes, Huggies like in the nappies you put on babies. Try searching for anything baby or child related, and you’ll probably end up on a Huggies page. So much more than a brand site for Nappies – everything you need to know if you’re the proud owner of a 0-5 year old, or if you’re pregnant. Close to half the Mums in Australia are members, so we must be doing something right.
An Open source web framework Ruby on Rails makes designing and building modern web sites and digital products more efficient. Ruby on Rails is a popular choice for building modern, interactive web sites and apps.
Ruby on Rails speeds up many of the simple tasks, and allows for extremely rapid creation of prototypes and working code. It also uses “best practice” by default, so you’re not relying on the whim of a particular developer. Of course, having a smart developer is critical, and Rails allows them to translate ideas and concepts quickly and efficiently.
Working in an Agile fashion, we can create code that can then be reviewed that day. We might be heading in the right direction, or it might need to behave differently. Rapid change and evolution is a good thing. Using Ruby on Rails facilitates this.
Ruby on Rails also helps us create very high quality code. Each part of code has a series of Automated Tests. These perform checks to make sure that feature is working as it should. These get run every time a change is made. By doing this, we know that one change hasn’t broken something else. As soon as anything breaks or changes, our Continuous Integration server lets us know and the code is fixed.
Most Rails update guides are just sad regurgitations of rubyonrails.org guides. But not this one. Strap in. Get ready. This is the unvarnished, definitive guide to all the gotchas and rabbit holes out there.
Once upon a time, it wasn’t uncommon for people to leave their web application the hell alone once they’d stabilised things. In the belief that making changes might introduce problems. As we've become more dependent on stable apps, and the threat of cyber security has become bigger, this is no longer viable. It’s really important to keep your Ruby on Rails application up to date
It's really important to keep your Ruby on Rails application up to date. I know, it would be nice if it just automatically updated itself somehow. Here's some compelling reasons to do that update.