Backing up claims with numbers. How a background Chrome process outperforms spawning new processes.
As many around the world, we decided to shift to work remotely for the next couple of weeks. In the following we would like to share our approach and experiences we made in the first couple of days.
Programmatically generating PDF documents is a common requirement in many of our client projects at Bitcrowd. While in Ruby there is a multitude of battle-proven libraries to choose from, the PDF library landscape in the Elixir/Erlang ecosystem is just beginning to evolve. Today, we introduce ChromicPDF, a fast and convenient Chrome-based HTML-to-PDF converter, written in Elixir.
This blog post is the first in a series detailing our work on SSH support for Elixir and Erlang/OTP.
How to take back control over caching with Rails' Active Storage and Amazon S3.
Code reviews are essential for software development in teams. They’re useful to share domain knowledge and best practices within the team, ensure consistent code quality, and lower the number of defects in the software. Reviewing code is hard though.
How to get URLs valid inside and outside of a docker-compose network
In frontend projects with a redux store, all requests need to be authenticated. But how do you put the token into the store, but still have it in the API module?