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How to remove old database migrations in Ruby on Rails

Recently we’ve overtaken a big project for maintenance and further development. It’s a Rails application with many models, controllers and of course lots of database migrations.
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How Spree handles overriding on the frontend and the backend

Couple months ago, after signing a contract to build an unusual e-commerce site, we were forced to make a choice. We’d build the site either from scratch or on top of existing solution. After a few days of getting our heads around the topic, we decided to take on the latter option.
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A definitive guide to responsive text

When thinking RWD most of you picture fluid grids and responsive images, forgetting a quite important piece of the puzzle - the content. *Since content is king* and most probably your content is mostly text, the text is king. Let’s see what we can do to display text properly on vast range of devices.
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Generate icon classes from sprite using SASS

While we mostly use sass for it's variables, nesting and mixins, the language itself is way more powerful. A lot of features may not be used on your everyday site, but there are times when they come in handy. Let's take a look on how one would approach automatic class generation for any grid based sprites and how this could vastly shorten your code.
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Why we used Foundation Framework on naturaily.com

Gentle normalize.css ----------------------- Your usual reset.css leaves you with absolutely nothing - each and every style has to be written by yourself, from scratch. We were looking for a set of rules that would remove browser inconsistencies while preserving some default and desirable styling. Foundation's normalize.css gives you just that.
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