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Integrating your Rails project with GitLab review apps

My first foray into software development when I was a kid was as a web developer. I don’t admit this to many people, but the first language I ever learned halfway decently was PHP. I led a confused childhood. After that, though, I was introduced to Ruby on Rails, and I’ve been using it ever since. I don’t do web development professionally anymore, but I have a number of web-based side projects, making websites for friends or family....

July 24, 2017 · 11 min · Kyle
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GitLab 6.3 with Apache and Passenger. On an ARM

As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I run all my websites on a MiraBox– my nifty, low-power ARM server. As awesome as it is having a low-power server, it does make things more difficult. I’m a Ruby on Rails developer, and I run three websites on this thing, along with a gitolite installation so I can host my own code. However, I recently began a few projects collaborating with other people, and as the projects grow, gitolite is not the collaboration platform of success....

November 25, 2013 · 7 min · Kyle