There is a new framework in town and it's built on top of NodeJS. A friend recently introduces me to this new framework, cause he knew that I've been attempting to dive into NodeJS lately and Insisted that I should checkout Meteor. So I did, and it turn out to be an interesting find. Meteor has a lot of potential and the future looks promising.
Previously, we have setup basic configuration as a starting point of our rails app. If you haven't read it yet, you can find it here "Rails with AngularJS:Beginning"
Earlier this month I posted "Why Rails and AngularJS Kick-Ass", And I owe you guys a demo. I'm planning to write a series of tutorials on how to make
Ruby on Rails and
AngularJS play nice together. We will be building a simple "contactlist" app from the ground up.
I'm currently working on an app that I planned to be in multi-platform. Users should be able to use the app with a browser or a native mobile app. I knew it then that I will be creating a
RESTFUL API. A ruby on rails backend that will render