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Our presentation on Israel Rails Conference 2012. Boris talking about what stuff would be nice to see added to next versions of Rails

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    Rails missing features Rails missing features Presentation Transcript

    • Rails Missing Features We dont have all the answers but we definitely have some questions. Boris Nadion @borisnadion
    • Boris Nadiondeveloping software since early 90th working with Rails since 2005 partner at Astrails
    • the greatest thing
    • programmer happiness
    • beautiful code
    • testing
    • communitythe best developers community in the world
    • high quality code the community usually produces
    • opinionated
    • saves timenot making the same decisions over and over again
    • name tables
    • name controllers
    • put source files
    • test the code
    • queue Rails 4
    • etc
    • save time
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/genista/929340935/
    • decisions
    • “static” pagesPrivacy Policy, Terms of Services, About Us, etc
    • not static at allcustomers what to change them from time to time
    • I don’t
    • basic CMSnot a full featured monster
    • too many choices
    • High Voltage Rails Engine for static pageshttps://github.com/thoughtbot/high_voltage
    • Refinery CMSAn open source Ruby on Rails content management system https://github.com/refinery/refinerycms
    • BrowserCMS Humane Content Management for Railshttps://github.com/browsermedia/browsercms
    • ComfortableMexicanSofa Rails 3 CMS Engine https://github.com/comfy/comfortable-mexican-sofa
    • another ~20 projects worth mentioning
    • it shouldn’t be a part of the framework!
    • why?
    • ERB
    • HAML
    • choiceERB is a default
    • i18nkeeps the texts in separate YAML files
    • textile or markdown
    • basic CMS
    • CORSCross-origin resource sharing
    • server:http://api.service.com AJAX calls client: http://example.com
    • Access-Control-Allow-Origin
    • Rack CORS Middleware https://github.com/cyu/rack-cors
    • JSON serialization
    • business logic should be in a model
    • as_json
    • class Meaning < ActiveRecord::Base has_many :senses AS_JSON = { only: [:id, :name], methods: [:voiceover_url], include: {senses: Sense::AS_JSON} } AS_JSON_SHORT = {only: [:id, :name]} def as_json(opts = {}) super opts.merge(opts.delete(:short) ? AS_JSON_SHORT : AS_JSON) endend# controllerdef index render(json: collection.to_json(short: true))end
    • representation should be in a view
    • Jbuilderhttps://github.com/rails/jbuilder
    • JSON Builderhttps://github.com/dewski/json_builder
    • class MeaningsController < InheritedResources::Base respond_to :json actions :indexend# app/views/meanings/index.json.json_buildermeanings collection do |meaning| id meaning.id name meaning.nameend
    • think
    • user authentication
    • OmniAuthhttps://github.com/intridea/omniauth
    • Devisehttps://github.com/plataformatec/devise
    • standard de facto
    • real time web server push
    • Push Technologies Overviewhttp://astrails.com/blog/2012/10/2/devcon-2012-real-time-web-slides
    • dumb serverno business logic, no persistence, direct relay
    • notify push serverRails push server create/update content send updatesclient client client client client client
    • hosted solutionspusher, pubnub, hydna, and others
    • channels and messages
    • pubnub = Pubnub.new(... keys and auth...)pubnub.publish( message: "some-message, preferably JSON", channel: "some-channel-name, preferably secret token")# somewhere on a client side ...PUBNUB.subscribe({ channel : "some-channel-name, preferably secret token", callback : function(message) { console.log("weve got a message", JSON.parse(message)) }});
    • config.push = :pubnubconfig.push_auth = {...}Rails.push.publish(channel: @post.token, json: @comment)# somewhere on a client side ...$(window).on("push", function(e, channel_name, message) { console.log("new message", channel_name, message);});
    • pagination
    • will_paginate vs. Kaminari
    • infinite scroll
    • abstraction
    • a part of the framework
    • save a lot of time to spend it on...
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/grandvelasrivieramaya/3179390917/
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/cobalt/6162053776/
    • Thank you!Slides and video will be published at http://astrails.com/blog Boris Nadion @borisnadion