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any ruby & RoR coder here ?

Discussion in 'Other Scripting Languages' started by conquering_lion, Jun 2, 2013.

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  1. conquering_lion

    conquering_lion Newbie

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    hello,

    I'm ruby and ruby on rails dev since 2 years, open to discuss about the possibilities of this language (mechanize, watir, http, ..).
    I have learned many languages during studies but ruby seems to me the best web language to use for web 2.0 application.

    This day, I'm working on automated tools dedicated for SEO and SEO analyzis, directly accessible through my website

    you are welcome :)
     
  2. WellGrounded

    WellGrounded Registered Member

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    I've been doing Ruby on Rails for about a year now. Ruby on Rails is great cause it allows us to truly scale our operations.
     
  3. conquering_lion

    conquering_lion Newbie

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    I love it !

    scaffolding model with nitty generator
    populating db with seed
    delayed job

    I love it more day after day :p

    which sort of project did you made with RoR ?
     
  4. WellGrounded

    WellGrounded Registered Member

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    For all my projects, it's

    sidekiq
    rails_admin
    clockwork
    rest-client
    mechanize
    whenever
    vcr (for testing)

    What I love about Rails is how productive I can be with it. Especially since it embraces testing, everything is much more maintainable. I have a landing pages app that allows me to create landing pages on the fly and a massive backlink network.
     
  5. conquering_lion

    conquering_lion Newbie

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    Can you explain me your landing page concept and the massive backlink network resulting ?

    By my side, I am trying to make a backlinks checker based on multiple google serps checker .. but I need more valid and not google banned proxy ..
    so at the moment I'm populating and checking my proxies db

    next step will be to do a method that check google serp for every couple ip:port and parse every result page to get new proxy
     
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    methylenebl Newbie

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    I have just started learning Ruby on Rails and I think that the platform is very interesting, with a background in php development I can see why people choose it for building high scaling applications. I am always looking to learn more about RoR.
     
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    rails dev here with 5 years experience.
     
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    Been doing RoR for a few months now, easiest language to pick up bar none.
     
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    I started having interest in learning ROR seems easy, fast and a lot of cool sites i came across are built with. but i need a bit of ruby first.
     
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    yeah, Ruby on rails is really great. I'm a newbie on ROR and starting to like it even more, simple and easy to learn.

    1 upvotes for ROR. :)
     
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    RoR will have long-term significance prominently because of its value provided to the start-up scene. There isn't a single other language that can develop as rapidly and as strongly as rails can.
     
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