Lessons learned: migrating Ruby on Rails app to a private server

I needed to migrate a ruby on rails app from amazon web services to a privately owned hosting service. AWS has it's own method of building and provisioning rails app (basically by using their in house tool called "beanstalk"), so provisioning and migrating the data to a normal, private server meant I took some quick notes … Continue reading Lessons learned: migrating Ruby on Rails app to a private server

Moving to html offline : Part 1

I lately had a very educational chance to conclude a project which involved writing an offline HTML5 app, with a backend written in ruby on rails. I learnt a couple of lessons along the way, i'd love to know what the readers think, and maybe weigh in on a couple of the points that i'll … Continue reading Moving to html offline : Part 1