Two Welcome Side Effects of Webpack in Rails
2017-09-19 10:00 Amin Shah Gilani
I began working with the back-end with Node, back in the Node v0.10.x days when the React vs. Angular debate was very new and very, very hot. I was getting very tired of copying boilerplate code when someone introduced me to Ruby on Rails 4, and the idea of convention over configuration. A few months later, I was hooked. It was suddenly like being able breathe freely. Writing back-end code becomes quick and trivial.