How to Develop Android Apps Using Ruby

The way mobile apps are developed has dramatically changed over the past decade. Mobile apps were built using native technologies like Android and iOS and then came mobile frameworks like Titanium and PhoneGap that allowed JavaScript developers to build hybrid mobile apps with a sustained framework limitation. Ever Since RubyMotion was released, Ruby developers have been building cross-platform native apps for iOS, Android, and OS X using the Ruby language alone, without any framework limitations.
An important skill to have when creating Android applications is to have an understanding of Java programming, the required Java packages, and the Android SDK. Learning this narrow set of skills could be challenging for someone new, and the Ruby language has a solution for Ruby developers or someone new wanting to learn the Ruby language in the form of RubyMotion.

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Cache Invalidation Complexity: Rails 5.2 and Dalli Cache Store

Rails applications that use ActiveRecord objects in their cache may experience an issue where the entries cannot be invalidated if all of these conditions are true:

They are using Rails 5.2+
They have configured config.active_record.cache_versioning = true
They are using a cache that is not maintained by Rails, such as dalli_store

In this post, we discuss the background to a change in the way that cache keys work with Rails, why this change introduced an API incompatibility with third-party cache stores, and finally how you can find out if your app is at risk and how to fix it.

Link: https://dzone.com/articles/cache-invalidation-complexity-rails-52-and-dalli-c?utm_medium=feed&utm_source=feedpress.me&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+dzone%2Fwebdev