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    jasonfb/nonschema_migrations

    nonschema_migrations: Separate Schema From Data Migrations in Your Rails Apps — "Splitting your data migrations from...

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    edisonywh/rocketman

    Rocketman: Event-Based/Pub-Sub Code in Ruby — Rocketman aims to be a lighter ‘stepping stone’ on the...

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    blowmage/minitest-rails

    minitest-rails 6.0: Minitest Integration for Rails — Now updated with support for Rails 6.0.

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    sferik/rails_admin

    RailsAdmin 2.0: An Engine That Provides a Backend Admin Interface — A Rails engine that gives...

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    Active Storage File Upload Behind The Scenes

    Active Storage File Upload Behind The Scenes — Active Storage is a framework, now built into...

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    renderedtext/render_async

    render_async allows you to load partials by reacting with a specific HTML element. If you want...

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    jkeen/comma_splice

    Comma Splice: Fixes CSVs with Unquoted Commas in Values

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    kontera-technologies/aws-dev-utils

    aws-dev-utils: Ruby Gem Providing Common AWS Utilities — A set of refinements for the AWS SDK...

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    piotrmurach/tty-link

    TTY::Links: Hyperlinks in Your Terminal — Test to see if a terminal supports hyperlinks and outputs...

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    polleverywhere/moat

    Moat: A Small Authorization Library, Built for Scopes — Inspired by Pundit, but focuses more on...

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    Remote Ruby | Joined by DHH (David Heinemeier Hansson) | Episode 48

    ▶  A Chat with David Heinemeier Hansson — Nothing particularly new here but a very well put...

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    How old are dependencies in your (ruby) project?

    How to Visualize the Age of Dependencies in Your Ruby Projects — A neat little script...

  • Updating Rails: where's a memcache gone? · The Thoughtnotes

    Updating Rails: Where's Memcache Gone? — When there are issues after an upgrade, sometimes it’s your...

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    Magic comments in Ruby

    Magic Comments in Ruby — You’ve likely seen (and even used) ‘magic’ comments, but you probably...

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    How to Correct 32,000 Incorrect CSV Files in Fewer Than 32,000 Steps

    How to Correct 32,000 Incorrect CSV Files in Fewer Than 32,000 Steps — We’ve all faced...

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    How it's Made - Tales of the Ruby Grimoire

    A quick look into the process of making an illustrated conference talk. Comments