Most Rails applications require additional setup beyond provisioning a Postgres and Redis database. These guides will help you get through the basics of setting up your Rails application with pieces of infrastructure commonly found in medium-to-high complexity Rails applications.
Understand what it means to deploy a Rails application to Fly along with some common tasks you may want to run after deployments, like a database migration or script.
Deploy Rails applications that run in multiple processes to one Fly application, like Sidekiq background jobs.
Access the Rails console, run rake tasks, and access the SSH shell of a running Rails application with these one-liners.
Add environment variables to your Rails applications, configure secrets, and use the encrypted
credentials.yml file to manage your application’s configuration on Fly.
Provision a Redis Server and configure Rails to run Turbo Streams.