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.
Sidekiq Background Workers
Deploy Rails applications that run in multiple processes to one Fly application, like Sidekiq background jobs.
Running Tasks & Consoles
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.
Turbo Streams & Action Cable
Provision a Redis Server and configure Rails to run Turbo Streams.