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Recently I had to create a simple feature - two-factor authentication (2FA) in a Rails application. I began with some quick research to see what is available online and recommended, as well as to think about how it might fit in with our projects at Netguru. See how I came up with a solution for 2-factor authentication in Devise.
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New! Top 10 Sites Built With Ruby On Rails In 2016

Some time ago we published a ranking of top sites built with Ruby on Rails, but a lot has changed since then. Here's the new, fresh list! Find out the top 10 places on the web which are powered by Ruby on Rails.
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Google’s documentation says: “Google Cloud Vision API enables developers to understand the content of an image”. Thank you so much; what would we do without you?! I thought that teaching Slack to interpret pictures might be a little more exciting, though. Here’s how I did that by developing my own bot.
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The RoR community is also organizing more and more meetups, conferences and initiatives designed to improve skills and exchange experiences. One such event was Pilot Bootcamp (Community Edition), held between the 22nd of Feb and the 4th of March in Wrocław, Poland.
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Nowadays, visual content is a major part of most websites. This means that every time we, at Netguru, build a Rails application for our client, we have to think about how to make visual content both awesome and safe. Every picture uploaded to the server should be appropriate to the idea behind the application. We’ve recently found out about Google Cloud Vision API and thought that this might be just the right tool for the job. And indeed it is.
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Don’t Be Afraid to Change Technology

Sometimes you might not be really sure why you ended up working with a certain technology. Here at Netguru, we have several cases of people switching software development technology (read about Jakub’s and Małgorzata’s adventures) or even their whole area of interest. That takes a lot of courage, but is it really worth it? So, here comes my answer to this question based on my own career twist.
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Imagine you are a retailer who wants to write a web application listing your products (books, DVDs, CDs, etc) at the best possible price on a large e-commerce platform. But the competition is stiff, and they’ll often set prices for the same products only a few cents lower than yours so that their offerings will appear at the top of a page of search results. How do you cope with that? 
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Once your app becomes popular enough, you may want to consider moving your assets from internal servers to the cloud. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the most popular options, but a lot of owners fail to utilize its full capacity. Here's how to optimize your Amazon servers and get the most of it.
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JavaScript is a very popular programming language used in lots of projects, also those in Ruby on Rails. It's a good idea to get to know both od these. Whether you are an experienced web developer or just getting your feet wet in the wonderful "ocean" of web development and programming, these handy resources can help you improve your skills in JavaScript and hopefully teach you a few new tricks along the way.
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Take a look at your bookshelf. Are there any Ruby on Rails books? Read on and update your book shopping list, there's so much more than just blogs and StackOverflow!
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