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  • Hurl.it - Make HTTP requests

    Hurl.it: An Online Tool for Making Custom HTTP Requests (is Back) — The history is arguably...

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    pygments/pygments.rb

    Pygments.rb: A Ruby Wrapper for the Pygments Syntax Highlighter — Pygments is perhaps the gold standard...

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    martijn/xsv

    xsv: Fast, Lightweight XLSX (Excel) Parser for Ruby — Got spreadsheets? Want a quick, minimalist way...

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    thuehlinger/daemons

    daemons 1.4: A Way to Run Existing Ruby Code as a Daemon — A daemon being...

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    discourse/mini_sql

    MiniSql: A Minimal, Safe SQL Executor for Postgres — Basically makes things nicer if you’re using...

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    madeintandem/jsonb_accessor

    jsonb_accessor: Typed jsonb Backed Fields to Your ActiveRecord Models — This gem goes beyond mere accessors...

  • StimulusReflex Patterns by Julian Rubisch: Ready to level up your StimulusReflex game?

    StimulusReflex Patterns: Ready to Level Up Your StimulusReflex Game? — Julian teaches a course on StimulusReflex...

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    Rails 6.1 adds invert_where method | BigBinary Blog

    Rails 6.1's invert_where Method — For inverting all scope conditions, e.g. User.active.invert_where would find, hopefully, the...

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    Using Angular with Rails 5

    Using Angular with Rails 5 — From the Honeybadger Developer Blog. When errors strike, Honeybadger’s monitoring...

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    Behind the Scenes: Rails UJS - The Lean Software Boutique

    Behind the Scenes of Rails UJS — Rails UJS (Unobtrusive JavaScript) was originally an add-on to...

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    Quickly explore your data with uniq and tally

    Quickly Exploring Data with uniq and tally — We covered tally in a recent tip of...

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    Containerizing Ruby on Rails Applications

    Containerizing Rails Applications — Doximity is moving to Kubernetes, which means their apps must be in...

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    A Day in the Life of a Ruby Object by Jemma Issroff

    ▶  A Day in the Life of a Ruby Object — Jemma clearly explains the Ruby heap,...

  • Animated graphics with Ruby and Voronoi partitions - blog.MikeBourgeous

    Animated Graphics with Ruby and Voronoi Partitions — A Voronoi diagram is divided into sectors by...

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    Effect of the Last Week on Ruby on Rails

    On the Effects of the Last Week on Ruby on Rails — As mentioned in my...

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    heartcombo/devise

    Devise 4.8: The Rails + Warden Authentication System — A very popular and flexible auth solution...

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    Announcing Hanami v2.0.0.alpha2

    Announcing Hanami v2.0.0.alpha2 — It might be an alpha2 but, Luca claims, also a revolutionary new...

  • reinteractive | Services

    Complete Peace of Mind Rails Hosting

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    The Best Ruby HTTP clients for 2021

    The Best Ruby HTTP Clients for 2021? — A ‘dad jokes’-powered roundup of various ways to...

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    What's Cooking in Rails 7?

    (Some of) What's Cooking in Rails 7 — I expect these Rails 7 posts to increase...

  • The Best Headless CMS for Rails

    ButterCMS Melts into Your Rails App. #1 Rated Headless CMS — ButterCMS is the #1 rated...

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    Building a Component Library in Rails With Storybook — Orbit Blog

    Building a Component Library in Rails with Storybook — Storybook, a “UI component explorer”, was once...

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    What really happened at Basecamp

    Basecamp's Employee Speech Policy Controversy — It’s our job to keep a record of what’s going...

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    Understanding Insertion Sort in Ruby

    Understanding Insertion Sort in Ruby — The fourth installment in a series on sorting algorithms in...

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    Linting Ruby Code

    Linting Ruby Code — Linting is the process of statically analyzing code and highlighting potential problems,...

  • A Tour of the Sidekiq API | Mike Perham

    A Tour of the Sidekiq API — The creator of Sidekiq walks through various examples of...

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    Creating Custom Postgres Data Types in Rails

    Creating Custom Postgres Data Types in Rails — Every wanted to create a custom data type...

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    Benchmarking Ruby 3 in PDF generation

    Benchmarking Ruby 3 with PDF Generation — Here’s a good, non-Rails way to benchmark Rubies, including...

  • https://railswithjason.simplecast.com/episodes/093-garbage-collection-with-jemma-issroff-__GIMHxi

    ▶  Discussing Ruby Garbage Collection with Jemma Issroff — You might recognize Jemma’s name as she writes...

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    Heroku Security: Securing your Heroku application - Sqreen Blog

    Heroku Security: Securing Your Heroku Application — A PaaS like Heroku doesn’t take care of everything,...

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    amancevice/yake

    yake: A Rake-like DSL for Writing AWS Lambda Handlers — It has a cool Sinatra-esque syntax,...

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    truemail-rb/truemail

    trueMail 2.4.0: A Framework Agnostic Plain Ruby Email Validator/Verifier — Verify email addresses by way of...

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    rubycdp/vessel

    Vessel: Fast High-Level Web Crawling Ruby Framework — Vessel uses Ferrum, the Ruby API based on...

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    Why puma workers constantly hung, and how we fixed by discovering the bug of Ruby v2.5.8 and v2.6.6

    Why Our Puma Workers Constantly Hung, and How We Fixed It by Discovering a Bug of...

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    trailblazer/reform

    Reform 2.6.0: Form Objects Decoupled From Models — Gives you a form object with validations and...

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    How to Prepare Your Rails App for an Upgrade - FastRuby.io | Rails Upgrade Service

    FastRuby.io Guides You on How to Prepare Your Rails Application for an Upgrade

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    rgeo/rgeo

    rgeo 2.3.0 Released: A Geospatial Data Library — Implements the industry standard ‘OGC Simple Features Specification’...

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    How and when to use Ruby case statements

    How and When to Use case Statements — If you’re using multi-branch if-else if statements in...

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    The Future of Web Software Is HTML-over-WebSockets

    The Future of Web Software Is HTML-over-WebSockets — The HTML-over-Websockets continues having a moment. This post...

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    Rails 7 enables scoping to apply to all queries

    Rails 7 Enables Scoping to Apply to All Queries — This fixes an inconsistency with the...

  • Listing the contents of a remote ZIP archive, without downloading the entire file – Zoned Out

    Listing the Contents of a Remote ZIP Archive, Without Downloading the Entire File — René compresses...

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    Ruby 3.1 accumulates Enumerable#tally results | BigBinary Blog

    Ruby 3.1 to Allow Accumulation of Enumerable#tally Results — It’s still a way off, but Ruby...

  • ELI5: Bitfields

    Bitfields, Explained Like I'm 5 — A basic introduction to why an array of true/false values...

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

    How to Protect Access to Rack Apps Mounted in Rails — Whether its your own creations...

  • A VCR + WebMock "hello world" tutorial - Code with Jason

    A VCR + WebMock "Hello World" Tutorial — We all want our tests to be deterministic...

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    How to build an app, get acquired by GitHub, buy an app back from GitHub and then sell it again

    How to Build An App, Get Acquired by GitHub, Buy An App Back From GitHub and...

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    Solidus v3.0

    Solidus v3.0 Released: A Rails-Based Ecommerce Platform — Solidus is a Spree fork originally created from...

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    Rails Autoscale

    On Heroku? Try Autoscaling the Rails Way — Avoid app slowdowns and slash your Heroku bill...

  • Bundler 2.2.3+ and deployment of Ruby apps

    Bundler 2.2.3+ and the Deployment of Ruby Apps — If you’re seeing weird bundler platform errors...