Creating models in Rails: Capitals Can Kill!

My continuing foray into the world of Ruby on Rails have turned up a new oddity when creating models. I want to have a table that holds details about web URLs describing specific events. I thought a good name for this model would be EventURLs, so I generated my model with the following: generate model […]

May 11, 2013   Tags: rails  No Comments

UK2, Rails and Firewalls

I’ve just started using UK2.net for some web hosting tasks. Thus far the experience has been a positive one, and in any case I’m not one to publicly slag off companies. One wrinkle I did discover yesterday, though – their firewall is remarkably sensitive to any unexpected traffic, and will block an IP for any […]

March 30, 2013   Tags: rails, uk2  3 Comments