Continuing on with the Sinatra app we started in part one, we’ll now add some more pages and connect to a database.
The CodeIgniter calendar class is available for creating data-driven calendars for your web apps. What follows is a walk through on how I implemented the calendar class for a simple tasks web app.
This is the second quick guide I wrote for the devs at work. Here, I cover the simple stuff about branching with Git. The idea of a branch is to provide separation between experimentation and production code. You’ve already seen that the main branch Git uses is called the
I wrote a couple of quick Git usage guides for the dev team at work. This is the first one covering tagging. Large projects will benefit from setting milestones as more code is added.
If you want to use the PostgreSQL database in your web development projects, you’ll need to install it. Here’s a quick run through of the mains steps involved.
Sinatra is a Domain Specific Language (DSL) written using Ruby. It’s great for putting a site together quickly and a good introduction to using Ruby too. Let’s get stuck in.