Build Sleek Rails Components With Plain Old Ruby Objects

This article was translated by Marisela Ordaz into Spanish
Your website is gaining traction, and you are growing rapidly. Ruby/Rails is your programming language of choice. Your team is bigger and you’ve given up on “fat models, skinny controllers” as a design style for your Rails apps. However, you still don’t want to abandon using Rails.

No problem. Today, we’ll discuss how to use OOP’s best practices to make your code cleaner, more isolated, and more decoupled.

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Exploit the Power Of One Drive For Business

How you can exploit the power of one drive for business

Backup data storage has been the thing in the current business world. Many computer devices are enabled with additional memory backups to be able to tap into the need for bigger spaces when it comes to the storage of data.

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This is why your internet is screwed up this morning

 What’s the first thing you do when you wake up each morning? You grab your iPhone or Android phone, of course, and you check for the latest posts on Twitter. Next, maybe you dig into Reddit to see what happened overnight. Then you hop in the shower and stream some music from Spotify. Except on Friday morning, you had trouble doing any of those things. In fact, you might still be having trouble doing any other those things right now.

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10 Most Common Web Security Vulnerabilities

For all too many companies, it’s not until after a breach has occurred that web security becomes a priority. During my years working as an IT Security professional, I have seen time and time again how obscure the world of IT Security is to so many of my fellow programmers.

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Social Network APIs: The Internet’s Portal to the Real World

Social network APIs have come a long way since Google released the first version of its YouTube API in May 2008 and Facebook released the first version of the Graph API in April 2010. Today, these APIs give you the opportunity to query social network platforms for posts, users, channels, and demographic data. They even let you create your own service or find out more about your user base.

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What is the SharePoint

Organizations use SharePoint to create websites. You can use it as a secure place to store, organize, share, and access information from almost any device. All you need is a web browser, such as Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox. Want to learn more? Get started with SharePoint.
Take a look at the latest version of SharePoint. When you create a new team site, this is what you’ll see

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Apple Pay vs. Android Pay vs. Samsung Pay

Smartphones have turned into the Swiss Army knife of the tech world, enabling millions of people to take care of countless computing needs on the go, and mobile payments are another frontier. The hardware is ready and software is not far behind, so what’s the hold up?

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