Starting a Remote Rails Console With Capistrano

For developers that deploy Rails with Capistrano, here are a few tasks to quickly open an interactive rails console or rails dbconsole on a remote server. If you’re like me, you’ll occasionally want to open a console to run a qui...

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10 Essential Third Party Services for All Website

It’s no longer necessary to create every feature that you want for your website. Now there are plenty of third party services to help you add some extra bells and whistles without spending much time at all. Third party companies, such as Olark...

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How to Validate Your Idea Quickly Using a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)

“Do you think this is a good idea?” “Would anyone pay for this service?” “How much revenue will my new online product generate?” As a consulting company, our clients ask us questions like these all the time....

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Top 5 Google Analytics Customizations

Google Analytics is a complex beast that can help content creators make the most of their website by providing clear-cut statistics on how a visitor use the site. These stats can help you evaluate site content and determine what areas of your site ne...

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A lot of great content is created in Microsoft Word, Adobe Illustrator, PageMaker and other publishing platforms and then converted into PDFs. Some of our clients have hundreds of PDFs that they want to link and have available on their website. The p...

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Google Plus for Business: Why You Need a Google Plus Presence

By now you’ve probably heard quite a bit of buzz around Google Plus or maybe even dabbled in it a bit by creating a Google Plus profile. But if you haven’t really gotten the hang of it or thought about diving in, you’re definitely n...

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6 Free Must-Have WordPress Plugins For Your Website

There are millions of WordPress plugins for just about every function and need out there. But how do you know which ones are the best? I struggled with this question when I first started building WordPress websites. I wanted plugins that worked not o...

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Testing Rails 4 Apps With RSpec 3: Part I

In this two-part series, I'll cover testing a Rails application—from how to get set up with the latest toolchain to writing those first tests. While it can be tricky to get everything playing nicely together, a solid test suite can be lifesaver...

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5 (Free) Beautiful Mobile-Friendly Image Sliders

There is nothing new about website image sliders but the way you interact with them has changed dramatically. A typical image slider usually includes a few basic controls, automatic slide transitions and the ability to cycle through slides via a page...

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Google Analytics: Campaign vs Event Tracking

Over the last few years, tracking online visitors has become a necessity for anyone with a website. Analyzing statistics about content, traffic and marketing strategies has become a requirement to correctly evaluate whether the website is effectively...

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