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Introduction To Http And Websockets 

RojanRojan Sunar (Software Engineer (Ruby on Rails)) 1 Min. Read Dec 8, 2019

HTTP stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol which is the most common term used in the web technology.
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Action Text 

SuminSumin Parajuli (Software Engineer (Ruby on Rails)) 2 Min. Read Dec 8, 2019

Summary of the post.
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Block,Lambda And Proc 

SheriffSheriff Hussain (Software Engineer (Ruby on Rails)) 3 Min. Read Dec 8, 2019

A glimpse to block, proc and lambda for beginners.
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Introduction To Software Architecture 

RojanRojan Sunar (Software Engineer (Ruby on Rails)) 3 Min. Read Dec 8, 2019

Generally architecture is art and science of designing structures so that could reduce the cost and complexity and help to build a effective product.
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Async And Defer 

RomanRoman Khadka (Team Lead (Ruby on Rails)) 3 Min. Read Dec 8, 2019

How Javascript loading techniques with modern attributes of async and defer work
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Rails Api With Jwt Authentication 

SuminSumin Parajuli (Software Engineer (Ruby on Rails)) 9 Min. Read Dec 8, 2019

JWT authentication is used to authenticate the user where encryption algorithms are used to encrypt the data.
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Rails Asset Pipeline 

RomanRoman Khadka (Team Lead (Ruby on Rails)) 1 Min. Read Dec 8, 2019

Understanding the rails asset pipeline
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Cloud Computing 

ShristinaShristina Nakarmi (Software Engineer (Ruby on Rails)) 3 Min. Read Dec 8, 2019

Cloud Computing refers to manipulating, configuring, and accessing the hardware and software resources remotely. It offers online data storage, infrastructure, and application.
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Transcoding 

ShristinaShristina Nakarmi (Software Engineer (Ruby on Rails)) 3 Min. Read Dec 8, 2019

Transcoding is a blanket term that involves other processes such as transcoding, transrating and trans-sizing
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The Turing Machine 

ShristinaShristina Nakarmi (Software Engineer (Ruby on Rails)) 3 Min. Read Nov 10, 2019

The Turing machine is an idealized computing device, consisting of a read/write head (or scanner) with a paper tape passing through it. The tape is divided into squares, each square bearing a single symbol (0 or 1, for example). This tape is the machine’s general purpose storage medium, serving both as the vehicle for input and output and as a working memory for storing the results of intermediate steps of the computation.
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