Welcome to another week of Web-Crunch Weekly. This week I kick off our very first app build using Ruby on Rails in my newest screencast series called Let’s Build: With Ruby on Rails. Watch as we build a complete blog with comment functionality. It’s all linked below. Thanks for tuning in for another week and if you are new then welcome!
Building a blog with comments using Ruby on Rails is a foundational exercise I went through to learn more about the framework. Working together, both Ruby and Rails lend us a hand to generate a fairly simple MVC pattern built on top of a CRUD approach when working with dynamic data.
The new identity cements a year of change for F1 as it hopes to re-engage its global fanbase. We talk to W+K’s Richard Turley, who headed up the project, about the new logo and suite of typefaces that look to the heritage of the sport while aiming to drive it forward
New image formats like WEP and MOZJPEG will be a major boost to load time on the web. The majority of page load and render time is usually attributed to unoptimized images, so these new formats will make both mobile and desktop load times faster.