Starting today, Heroku has a new free SSL offering. Use it with Let’s Encrypt for a fully free SSL system.
I needed to renew an SSL certificate today, so I used it as an excuse to try Let’s Encrypt for a free certificate for a Rails app hosted on Heroku.
Part one of a four-part series which will show you how to optimize a memory-heavy Rails API action.
In 3 easy steps you can setup a rails app on Heroku that can easily handle 200 requests per second and 100 concurrent connections, for free.
One of our clients was recently burned by their hosting company not providing the backups they expected. As we helped transition them to a new system, I focused on setting up solid backups and am very pleased with the results: Fully automated, offsite backups for under $2/month.
Turning microformats formatted as JSON into .vcf and .ics files for a Chrome extension.