Last week, Clever Cloud was part of the Rails Girls event in Nantes. As a company, we think that being involved in tech communities and helping people to be introduced to tech is a good and important thing.
You know what they say about the MVC design pattern, keep your Controllers light. So at the beginning of your project, you added oil and gears to your Models and it was rolling just fine.
Even if I'm not a big fan of the big Model that even makes coffee (sending an email, really?), I can say that you were in perfect harmony with the framework principles. Well, a few iterations later, this idyllic codebase seems very far away and your Controllers and Models are way more '200 line'ish than they used to be.
Welcome to this new edition of One Framework a Day keeps the Boredom Away. In this series I will show you how to deploy a particular framework on Clever Cloud every day until I want to go back to boredom. Today it's about Ruby on Rails.
After three months of development and testing we are pleased to announce that Ruby is open for beta access on our platform. This famous robust natural language syntax created by Yukihiro Matsumoto is very popular among web developers. It is therefore logical that it is available today on Clever Cloud.