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Toby's latest articles
- Iterate over indexed params in Rails When your API isn't Rails-shaped, sometimes you need to handle input differently
- Running Jekyll from inside VS Code How to set up your VS Code to run Jekyll without needing extra extensions
- Creating a product file for Merchant Center in Rails How to create a product file for Google's Merchant Center in Rails, without any additional gems
- Michelle from (Extra)ordinary Tech Stories gets the web Revising old content to improve an aspect of it is always a good thing
- Improving the line length of our articles We've reduced the amount of characters that appear on any given line, helping to improve readability
- Render's Support I'm really happy with Render's support and will be recommending them for people to consider
- Free tools to improve your website There are lots of freely available tools to help get a sense check on how your website is doing and recommend improvements
- Rails route to catch non-GET requests to root path We needed to add a specific line into our routes.rb file to cover non-GET requests going to the root path.
- Pros and cons of hiring freelance ruby developers The decision to go with hiring an employee, hiring a freelancer, or going with an agency is a hard one, we talk through some pros and cons for each
- Make time to address low-hanging technical debt Making the time to address smaller bits of tech debt has been great for several of our projects.