Running io.js builds on travis

Update: As Keith pointed out, Travis rolled out a newer version of NVM just some days ago. Having that in place it's actually super easy to get started: node_js: - "0.10" - iojs-v1.1.0 That's it :) And while you can now go and add the lovely supporter…

Even more contentful ruby apps

Some weeks ago I posted about kickstarting a ruby application with Contentful as its data backend. Now that I gained some field experience with that setup, it made some caveats pretty obvious. This blog post will show you some improvements and also some nicites we added to our app in…

Chasm - Preview

When I thought about plans for the weekend, I had in mind to fix some Sequelize CLI issues and to extend one of my personal projects I'm currently working on. This has been until I opened this one lovely email with the subject "Project Update #37: Chasm by Discord Games…

Farewell make ... Hello gulp ...

At work, we recently decided to switch our JavaScript coding style from a chaotic mess to a more consistant, disciplined and streamlined masterpiece. In order to achieve that goal, we decided to include JSHint in our build process and to configure it as strict as possible. As our codebase is…

Contentful ruby apps

Lately I was playing with the content management service Contentful and its ruby gem contentful.rb. In this article you will learn how to kickstart your … contentful … ruby application! Contentful is a cloud-based and API-driven content management system that allows the user to structure his data via so-called content models.…