Startups Using Capybara in Boston

Via their job posts and information submitted by startups themselves, these are the Boston Capybara startups we've found.

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Matching patients with post-hospital care.

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Direct mail automation platform.

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Employee engagement platform.

Tech Stack Highlights

Ruby on Rails – We’re a Ruby on Rails application running on Heroku with PostgreSQL as our primary database and Redis available for ephemeral data. We use the Fastly CDN for our assets and Cloudinary for file management, in particular, image management. For search, we leverage Postgres’s full-text search with the pg_search gem.

Segment and Redshift – We use Segment to collect analytics about the usage of our app. We use their analytics-ruby gem and analytics.js library for back-end and front-end analytics respectively. We then leverage them to pipe the data into an Amazon Redshift data warehouse where we can analyze the data. Recently implemented Chartio to visualize that data with dashboards.

Front End Technologies – We use SASS for CSS management, Haml for HTML, and coffeescript to more cleanly write javascript. We also use Modernizr for gracefully degrading CSS features. We use Foundation Framework to make our application responsive.

CircleCI – We use continuous deployment as our deployment strategy. Every pull request is code reviewed in GitHub and deployed to an integration environment where it’s available for the reviewer, the developer, and anyone else in the organization to test and review. Additionally, we have a suite of thousands of unit tests built on MiniTest and feature tests built on Capybara, running continuously on every commit with CircleCI. Assuming it passes all our checks, manual and automated, it’s then merged into master and deployed to production by Heroku.

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