Gemserver as a docker image
I’ve posted before about how to setup a private gemserver using geminabox, but I’ve just released a docker image that does the all the job:Continue reading
Speed up your bundler = personal rubygems proxy with cloudfrontIf you think your bundle install takes too long, or have a distributed team around the globe, this may help you. It’s possible to have a cloudfront server pointing to rubygems, and using it as your gems source server. (If you are not aware of what cloudfront is give a look at it) On this configuration, cloudfront will fetch requests from rubygems.org, and keep them cached on the CDN, so you should expect the first bundle install to take very close time of using rubygems. Continue reading
Build your own private gem server
With Bundler/Gemfile it’s easy to link gems directly to it’s git repository. But some times it’s not ideal. Revisions are not versions, and comparing them is tedious.
Luckly It’s easy to setup a private gem server!Continue reading