Taiga is a free, open-source project management system. The back end consists of an API written in Python3 and Django, and the front end is written in AngularJS and CoffeeScript. Taiga can manage simple and complex projects, and also monitors the progress of a project. Taiga maintains logs that are displayed in the form of a worklist with all the functions and user stories added to the project.Continue reading “How to Install Taiga on Ubuntu 16.04”
What is Wraith?
Wraith is a visual regression testing tool which uses screenshot comparisons to assess visual differences in a website over time. It is currently hosted on GitHub and available under an Apache 2.0 open-source license.Continue reading “How To Install and Configure Wraith”
Today we’re going to install Ruby on Rails using RVM (the Ruby Version Manager) onto a CentOS 8 server. Let’s start by defining a few terms and definitions we will be using during the process.Continue reading “How to Install Ruby on Rails on CentOS 8”
What is Discourse?
Discourse is modern forum software that can be easily installed on your Ubuntu-based Liquid Web VPS or Dedicated server to create a vibrant community-driven discussion board. Some of the more popular companies using Discourse to power their communities are New Relic, Cloudflare, and Docker.Continue reading “How To Install Discourse”
Today, we have multiple tools at our disposal when it comes to web application testing. Sometimes, it can be challenging to make the right decision when it comes to choosing a web application testing tool that fits your specific needs. There are endless factors that come into play when inspecting, verifying, and assessing code as multiple factors come into play that depends on the type of platform being used (e.g. a server cluster or virtual cloud-based system), the programming language being employed as well as the purpose of the web application itself.Continue reading “The Best Free and Paid Web Application Testing Tools”
Reading Time: 3 minutesPhusion Passenger is a web application server that can run Ruby, Node.js, and Python applications on your web server. It integrates with both Apache and Nginx to serve content to your visitors. Historically, this application was difficult to integrate with cPanel servers, which would combine the power of Ruby applications with the ease of management that cPanel provides, but recent advancements make setting up your Passenger module very simple on both a VPS server as well as a dedicated server. This easy walkthrough will show you how to add Passenger, Apache mod_passenger, and the supporting Ruby installation to cPanel. Continue reading “Using Passenger with cPanel on CentOS 7”
Reading Time: < 1 minuteRuby on Rails has of this writing released patches for a critical security vulnerability affecting nearly all versions of Rails. It is critical that your Rails applications be updated to one of the following versions:
If you have a cPanel server, make sure you have cPanel’s daily updates running. cPanel versions 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52, and 184.108.40.206 include the updated versions of Rails. If you are running Rails on a core-managed server, you will need to update Rails yourself. Here’s how.
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