Posts tagged as Ruby

Running background workers on anynines

Background workers are good for you As time and coding goes, your application will grow and become more and more complex. In such a system you will sometimes have to run time-consuming tasks or tasks that are very computationally intensive. You know what this means – app slows down to a crawl. Fortunately, this is… Read more »

How to use latest Ruby versions on anynines

As Ruby versions get rolled out pretty frequently we need to be able to reflect this in our applications. Since the current Heroku buildpack version only supports ruby versions up to 2.1.2 using the default environment settings we need to use the STACK environment variable to enable Ruby versions >= 2.1.3 when pushing applications to anynines. As Heroku… Read more »