Today’s blog post is about why you should think of a DSL when building APIs. Don’t be afraid, I am going to explain what a DSLs is if you don’t know it by now and I will give you an overview of examples. You might already know them but most developers don’t recognize them as [...]
It’s been a while since Part 1 but I’m here again to implement the outstanding two features. That is: showing an article and creating new articles.
Feature 2: show a single article per page
We’ll start with showing a single article per page, the routing [...]
Sinatra is an awesome, lightweight and easy to learn little web framework written in Ruby. You may want to use it for projects when Rails is just too much, e.g. for small webservices or small web apps. It will run with many great Ruby webservers, such as Webrick, Mongrel (recommended), thin or Puma (which I [...]
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