The new developer gem allows to export operations and push them to the online editor for visualization and editing.
Rendering the operation's steps in the correct order in a graph is not as straight-forward as you might think as a smart human being. Currently, we have two layouters, one uses the operation's DSL insertion order (upper graph) and one does a "topological sorting" where the operation's tasks are automatically sorted.
Our best Volodya Sveredyuk getting interviewed about his career as a software maker - read it, an inspiring story!
Who makes Innocode?
Three months ago Volodya Sveredyuk joined us as Ruby Developer — we already knew him thanks to his volunteering work for the Lviv RUG #pivo...rak. He helped with the website, gave few talks and recently became a mentor of Ruby Course. So we’ve been already exctited about his joining us!
Though this interview took us 40 minutes to record, it turned out a total of 5 pages of text, because as we found out later — Volodya had successfully passed “How to pronounce 30000 words per day” training:)
Why are we posting this?
We think it's important to know who stands behind products and create Innocode's culture. Because people here are more than code they write)
Advanced Rails Architectures: https://coaxsoft.com/…/advanced-ruby-on-rails-architecture…/
Great summary of TRB (and focusing on v2)!
Karim Tarek gave a killer presentation about TRB in March: http://karimmtarek.github.io/trailblazer/
Really cool blog post about TRB: http://www.nascenia.com/how-trailblazer-makes-ruby-on-rail…/ by Nascenia IT 😍
The FORMULAR docs are now linked in the sidebar as we're approaching the first stable release!
Yay, no more magic and complicated overrides when rendering forms for Bootstrap, Foundation, and more!!!