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Merging Pull Requests on GitHub

Posted in March 2015 on the aTech Media blog

Today I’m talking about the merge button on GitHub, why you shouldn’t use it and presenting an alternative which is cleaner & easier to use.

The Atom Stack

Posted in February 2015 on the Viaduct blog

Firstly, the most important news, we've just released Ruby 2.2.0 and Node 0.12.0 on the platform. You can start using these right now.

Oh? What's this? New Website!

Posted in February 2015 on the Viaduct blog

I'm extremely pleased to announce the launch of our new website! We've been working on this for a few weeks and I'm really pleased with the new lick of paint.

Improve session security in Rails apps

Posted in February 2015 on the aTech Media blog

In Rails applications, it’s really easy to allow users to login to your application. You ask them for a username & password, you check they’re correct and you pop their...

Keep an eye on background tasks

Posted in February 2015 on the Viaduct blog

While you're using the Viaduct web interface there are certain tasks which may take a little while to run and we perform in the background so you can get on...

Sirportly and Customer Thermometer

Posted in February 2015 on the Sirportly blog

Recently, we've been working with our friends over at Customer Thermometer to integrate their excellent customer satisfaction survey tool with Sirportly.

Mount HTTP processes on subdomains

Posted in February 2015 on the Viaduct blog

Last week, we announced path-based routing to HTTP processes. We're already finding this to be a really popular feature for people who want seperate web servers for things like APIs...

Gotta catch 'em all

Posted in February 2015 on the Viaduct blog

Viaduct is packed full of exciting features and to help you discover them all we're launching Viaduct Badges. Everytime you use Viaduct, you can now earn badges which will accumulate...

Path‑based routing to HTTP processes

Posted in February 2015 on the Viaduct blog

On Viaduct, you're able to route all HTTP traffic to your application to your public processes by simply checking the box when you create the process. Once checked, all HTTP...

X-Viaduct-Send‑File

Posted in February 2015 on the Viaduct blog

One of the tricky things app developers need to deal with occasionally is serving static files which users may have uploaded or you have generated (e.g. resized image thumbnails or...

Never get out of touch

Posted in January 2015 on the Viaduct blog

Today we've launched our new Notifications feature which allows you to subscribe to events which occur within your Viaduct account. This allows you to always be aware of everything that's...

Customise your notifications

Posted in January 2015 on the DeployHQ blog

For a long time, Deploy has been able to send messages to your private chat system of choice (Hipchat, Slack, Campfire or Flowdock) to alert you to the success for...