Ruby Resource Center
Flightcontrol supports your Ruby projects out of the box. On this page, you'll find links to all of our Ruby guides, tips, and resources.
|Deploying a Rails App||Deploy a Rails application with Flightcontrol.|
|Using Sidekiq||Using Sidekiq with your Rails application on Flightcontrol.|
|Creating a Rails App||Create your first Rails web application.|
|Bullet Train||Example configurations for the Bullet Train SaaS framework.|
Ruby Support in Nixpacks
Flightcontrol uses Nixpacks to provide Ruby support for building and deploying your apps.
In general, Nixpacks uses a set of rules to determine what type of software is being deployed, and then how to set up the environment to install, build and run those applications.
As a developer, what this means is that if Flightcontrol isn't doing what you expect, you can take a look at the Nixpacks documentation, or the underlying Nixpacks Ruby provider and see exactly what is going on.
- Nixpacks Ruby Documentation (opens in a new tab)
- Nixpacks Ruby Provider (opens in a new tab) (Source Code on GitHub)