Rails API Testing or “You’ve been doing it wrong”

For the last several years I’ve been developing Ruby on Rails applications.  Nothing fancy, and most of them just failed projects that didn’t go anywhere.  During all this time I’ve trolled documentation on testing the app, saying “That would be nice to do one day”, but I’ve finally had enough and I want to change […]

Rails and other web services on the same box

The Sumavisor is built on top of xCAT. The Sumavisor is a rails application, with lots of xCAT plugins that sit on top of the base xCAT.  One thing we had to work out was having a web server host a rails application (the Sumavisor) and allow xCAT to install nodes via HTTP.  The solution […]