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Rails on Containers

by Kathleen Juell

Rails on Containers

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Book Description

This book is designed to introduce you to using containers and Kubernetes for full-stack development. You'll learn how to develop a full-stack application using Ruby on Rails and PostgreSQL with Sidekiq, and how to manage them all - first with Docker, then with Docker Compose, and finally with Kubernetes.

The topics that it covers include how to:
- Get started developing an application about sharks using the Ruby on Rails framework;
- Extend the application's data model to incorporate user submitted information about sharks;
- Add the Stimulus JavaScript and Bootstrap CSS frameworks to your application to create visually appealing, interactive pages;
- Integrate Sidekiq into your application to handle asynchronous data processing;
- Containerize your application and streamline your development workflow using Docker Compose;
- Migrate your Docker Compose development workflow to Kubernetes, finishing with a completely cloud-native application.

Each chapter is is designed to build progressively from the first. However, if you're familiar with a topic, or are more interested in a particular section, feel free to jump to the chapter that best suits your purpose.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-NC-SA). You can download Rails on Containers ebook for free in PDF format (8.6 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
How To Build a Ruby on Rails Application
Chapter 2
How To Create Nested Resources for a Ruby on Rails Application
Chapter 3
How To Add Stimulus to a Ruby on Rails Application
Chapter 4
How To Add Bootstrap to a Ruby on Rails Application
Chapter 5
How To Add Sidekiq and Redis to a Ruby on Rails Application
Chapter 6
Containerizing a Ruby on Rails Application for Development with Docker Compose
Chapter 7
How To Migrate a Docker Compose Workflow for Rails Development to Kubernetes

Book Details

Rails on Containers
Computer Science
ISBN13 Digital
ISBN10 Digital
PDF Size
8.6 MB

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