How Helpified is built - our current technology stack

The technology stack used to build, run, and maintain Helpified.

  1. Bootstrap

    Our front-end is a modified version of Twitter Bootstrap. We've used this since the very beginning. Built at Twitter by @mdo and @fat, Bo...

  2. Sendgrid - SMTP Relay Server: App and Transactional Email Delivery

    SendGrid's SMTP relay services deliver transactional emails triggered by web apps. It's a great service to make sure users are notified w...

  3. Heroku - Postgres add-on

    Reliable and powerful database-as-a-service based on PostgreSQL. Databases are multi-ingress: use them from any cloud, PaaS, or your loc...

  4. New Relic : Web Application Performance Management & Monitoring

    Pinpoint and solve performance issues in your Ruby, Java, .NET, PHP and Python apps with real user, application and server monitoring. A ...

  5. Ruby on Rails

    We built the site using the coding language Ruby on Rails, an open-sourced web framework. It's an amazing language that can be used for l...

  6. Embedly | Embed any URL through one powerful API

    Embedly has been amazing for us. It's a platform for converting URLs into embeddable content. Build rich and engaging applications throug...

  7. CoffeeScript

    CoffeeScript is a little language that compiles into JavaScript. Underneath all those awkward braces and semicolons, JavaScript has alway...

  8. LESS " The Dynamic Stylesheet language

    Are some elements in your style sheet proportional to other elements? Operations let you add, subtract, divide and multiply property valu...

  9. Heroku

    Where we host our site. If you're building a site with ruby on rails, this is where you host it. As you scale, it could get a little expe...

  10. Git

    Git is easy to learn and has a tiny footprint with lightning fast performance. It outclasses SCM tools like Subversion, CVS, Perforce, an...

  11. Font Awesome, the iconic font designed for use with Twitter Bootstrap

    This is where our icons come from. It's a font package designed specifically for Twitter Bootstrap.

  12. Sidekiq

    Simple, efficient message processing for Ruby

  13. Airbrake

    Airbrake collects errors generated by other applications, and aggregates the results for developer review

  14. GitHub

    Our code repository. The best way store, host and share your code on the web.

  15. Haml

    A Template Engine for Ruby on Rails. HAML simplifies and shortens our code, making it easier to write and read.

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