Active Record Encryption in Rails 7

If you're hosting your web server in a particular region, it might be necessary to comply with the GDPR norms of that region. Anonymizing and encrypting data becomes necessary in such situations. In this blog, we will discuss the attribute encryption that Rails 7 provides right out of the box. And we will also see the Deterministic & Non Deterministic approaches. (If you're using Rails version lesser than 7, check out our previous blog here on how to write a custom encryption framework.) ActiveRecord attribute encryption in Ruby on Rails for better securityIn this blog post, we will explore a

Rate limiting using Redis in a Rails app

The web is a weird place. You go to sleep thinking that you have a perfectly functional web application and the next day when you wake up, you might find yourself staring at a sudden huge spike in the number of requests. Either your app got popular overnight or you were just a victim of a DOS attack trying to bring your app server down. Usually, it's the latter. There are some popular gems like rack-attack and rack-throttle which work quite well and provides a lot of flexibility. But if you're looking to write your custom logic with minimum dependencies,