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Rack apps mounted in Rails — how to protect access to them?

Sidekiq, Flipper, RailsEventStore — what do these Rails gems have in common? They all ship web apps with UI to enhance their usefulness in the application. In production application you’ll want to protect access to them.

Here’s the story about doing so for all of them with just Basic Auth: https://dev.to/mostlyobvious/rack-apps-mounted-in-rails-how-to-protect-access-to-them-592e

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