Ruby Weekly
Issue 359 — July 27, 2017
Leigh Halliday
To showcase using ActionCable in a Rails app with React, let’s explore how to use Rails, React, MobX, and websockets in a realtime location app.

Rahul Mahale
Kubernetes offers readiness probes and rolling updates to make sure your app is always serving requests during a new deployment.

Marc Anguera
A mountable engine that provides a browser-based preview of mail templates, as well as being able to send test mails.

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Kevin Kuchta
This is purely for fun but it’s an interesting experiment into a task that no-one should, ideally, use in production(!)

How DNSimple organized a Hanami application to serve up their newest API and decoupled the Rails UI from the backend.


In brief