Simple SSL Proxy for Insecure Browser Content with Ruby or NGINXSSL protection is becoming de facto standard in web and mobile development. One potential problem is that website could be served via a secure SSL connection and still displayed as insecure by most of the modern browsers. It's enough that at least one of its resources is served without SSL. In this blog post, I will explain how to setup a simple Ruby and NGINX server to work as an SSL proxy for insecure content and describe some basic streaming techniques.
Multiple Domains with Free Wildcard SSL from CloudflareDomain names you own could be your most expensive to do list. What’s more a domain without a valid SSL will show up in all modern browsers as an insecure content. In this blog post, I will explain how to minimize the cost of owning multiple wildcard SSL-protected domains using Cloudflare and set them up with Github Pages, Heroku or NGINX.
Reduce Rails Memory Usage, Fix R14 and Save Money on HerokuIn theory, you can run both Rails web server and Sidekiq process on one 512mb Heroku dyno. For side projects with small traffic, saving $7/month always comes in handy. Unfortunately when trying to fit two Ruby processes on one dyno you can run into memory issues. In this post, I will explain how you can limit memory usage in Rails apps.
Productive Laziness - Optimize your Shell WorkflowI would like to share a simple productivity tip that probably helped me save thousands of keystrokes so far. I’ve been using this technique for a while now to maximize my laziness (productivity) during work and so, recently I wrapped it up in an easy to use Ruby Gem.