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Hashrocket builds solutions for iPhone, iPad and the Web. We specialize in Ruby on Rails and iOS development. We practice Agile methodologies and ...

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  • Implementing Video Chat in a Phoenix Application with WebRTC - The

    hashrocket.com 10 Oct '15, 2pm

    We will use Phoenix channels to communicate messages between our two clients so they can establish a remote peer connection. WebRTC allows clients to establish a direct peer to peer connection with each other, but before they can establish this connection they need to communicate cert...

  • Reviewing Code - The

    hashrocket.com 08 Oct '15, 7pm

    The dreaded code review. Nobody likes receiving or delivering a code review, but scrutinizing our code leads to a better product. "In my reviews, I feel it's good to make it clear that I'm not proposing objective truth, but subjective reactions; a review should reflect the immediate e...

  • Bulk Imports with Datomic - The

    hashrocket.com 17 Sep '15, 1pm

    I've been really happy with Datomic, but doing an initial bulk import wasn't as familiar as SQL dump/restore. Here are some things that I've learned from doing several imports. Use core.async The Datomic transactor handles concurrency by transacting datoms serially, but that doesn't m...

  • Implementing Video Chat in a Phoenix Application with WebRTC - The

    hashrocket.com 20 Sep '15, 4am

    In this blog post we’re going to cover how to implement video chat in a Phoenix application with WebRTC. By the end of this post we will have enabled two remote clients to connect with each other and engage in a video conversation. We will use Phoenix channels to communicate messages ...

  • Boot + Middleman: The ClojureScript development environment of my dreams - The

    hashrocket.com 04 Jun '15, 3pm

    I'm getting closer to the frontend development environment of my dreams. The combination of editor integration, live browser reload, and not having to manually run commands over and over is time-saving and a pleasure to work with. At Hashrocket, designers and developers work very clos...

  • Broccoli: The Build Tool, Not the Vegetable - The

    hashrocket.com 08 Apr '15, 4pm

    This is the information I wish I had when I was diving into Ember CLI addons for the first time. In fact, I originally put this information together as notes while deep diving into Broccoli's source and I'm glad I invested the time. So while I think broccoli is a delicious vegetable I...

  • Creative South 2015 - The

    hashrocket.com 14 Apr '15, 7pm

    The Hashrocket design team recently returned from Creative South , a creative conference in Columbus, GA. We'd heard a lot of good things about this conference in the past and had wanted to check it out, so this year we finally made the five–hour road trip (past lots of trees, farms, ...

  • Join @camerondaigle on a journey to help explain brain twisting, color-shifting fashion.

    The Tale of the Color-Shifting Dress - The

    hashrocket.com 27 Feb '15, 4pm

    Last night, a mysterious dress appeared on Tumblr that caused everyone on the internet to lose their minds. Then, everyone on the internet decided to colorsplain the situation. This is one of those. Friends, this is a case of where your brain is perceiving the light source. The reason...


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