Jobly comes bundled with Sidekiq::Status which that you get a live status dashboard, and a way to report progress in your jobs.
In order to report progress from your job, use the
at methods. In addition, you can store arbitrary data related to your job with
# jobs/hello.rb class Hello < Jobly::Job def execute(name: 'bob') # How many steps this job has (default is 100) total 100 # 5/100 = 5% completion at 5, "Initializing" # Store arbitrary data store vino: 'veritas' # Retrieve data. # Remember that retrieved data is always String or nil vino = retrieve :vino end end