Delayed Job

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senhordim said

Thanks Aimee, good screencast.

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Aimee Booth Simone said

Hi Louis! For the screencast, I fired off rake jobs:work manually, but in a real situation, you could fire off that rake task using an automated script, or if you're using Heroku, you could use a service like Heroku Scheduler to run it.

Louis said

Thanks for the screencast, I was left wondering though how you'd normally go about running the jobs - I mean what's the point in setting a job to run one minute from now if you go and do it manually anyway?

Ben Davies said

Thanks Aimee, good screencast.

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jacob said

@fooheyy Sidekiq is more similar to Resque than DelayedJob. I would say Resque vs DelayedJob is just as applicable to Sidekiq vs DelayedJob.

So, I wouldn't say Sidekiq makes DelayedJob outdated, but you could very well make the argument that Sidekiq makes Resque outdated.

foohey said

Thanks, but since Sidekiq, I think Delayed_job is a little outdated

Rafael Lima said

Really great. Congrats!

bobtoner said

Very enjoyable screencast. Easy to follow along, great job!

Tim Knight said

Awesome job! I've been wanting to dig more into delayed_job and this was great. And anyone that adds a Finding Forrester reference to a screencast is okay in my book.

Jonathan Ruiz said

Awesome screencast Aimee, thanks!

Hugo Freitas said

Very usefull gem! Thanks Aimee

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This introductory screencast describes how to use the Delayed Job gem for executing long-running tasks in the background of a Rails application. Starting with building a simple app that sends a mailer, we demonstrate sending the mailer manually, and then we refactor it to be fired off as a delayed job.

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