How to deal with major Ruby on Rails upgrades (like moving from 4.1 to 5.1)

Who doesn’t like to build new apps? As much as it’s fun building new things, we also need to maintain and upgrade apps over time.
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Most popular websites on Ruby on Rails. Part two

In the previous article we as a Ruby on Rails development company have already covered such great websites built with Ruby on Rails as Twitter, Basecamp, Kickstarter, Yammer, Slideshare, Zendesk and Bloomberg. Now is the time to uncover some more awesome ...

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