[b]FULL Nederlands Tabel van Bevraging 2013: GEBRUIKEN.[Endothelin-1 and nitric oxide changes in sudden death in persons with and without coronary artery disease].
The changes in endothelin-1 and nitric oxide concentrations were analyzed in the coronary arterial blood of persons who died of natural causes and of cardiac arrest (CA) in patients with and without coronary artery disease (CAD) (n = 40). The study demonstrated a significantly lower endothelin-1 and a significantly higher nitric oxide concentration in the patients with CAD. The severity of CAD and the presence of hypoxia-reoxygenation disorders in the CA patients were inversely proportional to the endothelin-1 and nitric oxide concentrations in the coronary blood. The changes in endothelin-1 and nitric oxide concentrations can be used as the markers of the severity of CAD.Q:
How to load faster with Rails: Sphinx, SASS and LESS?
I'm getting better with Rails and I have a project with a lot of templates like this:
I've read about SASS/LESS and Rails and I'm trying to load the CSS and the new variables of the current template.
The problem is that the total time spent to create a template is about 4 seconds with the editor, and when I hit "compile", the browser makes an extremely long wait before showing the result of the page.
At the time of the compile, the precompiled stylesheets are used.
I'm using Sprocket for rendering the templates and sass-rails gem for SASS/LESS.
My question is:
How can I precompile the stylesheets in order to have them ready when the page is being loaded?
My second question is about the Rails gem, is it possible to precompile the templates without adding the lines in the layouts?
If you have precompiled assets, then I don't think it makes sense to compile them on every request. That's just a waste of time.
Use rails.application.assets or sprocket.html[:precompile] to precompile them.
I don't know how you do your templates, but you should also put out to do it as part of your deployment process.