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Envy Labs, as you may know, is a Ruby on Rails consultancy in Orlando Florida and we’re always looking for exciting new projects. Drop us a line to get some Rails work done with Carlos and I.
Matt Aimonetti’s recently wrote a blog post where he talks about using Ruby 2.0’s TracePoint. Using this tool he discovered that for a single request, Rails uses more or less 250 classes, 750 methods (not including C functions), and dispatches 2704 methods (not including calls to C functions).
The yard-tomdoc plugin by Rubyworks allows you to use YARD to generate documentation using the TomDoc Syntax.
Last week, the guys from the Meldium team wrote a blog article showing how to tweak Heroku’s default Ruby buildpack in order to enforce a gem trust policy and check gem signatures upon deployment.
In all versions before Internet explorer 10 there were a limit on the number of selectors you can have in each style sheet. Luckily Jakob Hilden put up a great blog post explaining the problem and how the CSSSplitter gem adds the ability to automatically split up your CSS files in the asset pipeline.
Alexey Vasiliev just released a Ruby wrapper for libwebp, which allows you to work with WebP images using a Ruby API. WebP is a new image format that provides lossless and lossy compression for images on the web. WebP images are smaller in size when compared to PNGs or JPEgs, and supports lossless transparency (also known as alpha channel) with just 22% additional bytes.
This is your last week to submit nominations for the Ruby Hero awards.. So if you know someone in the ruby community who deserves some recognition, please make sure you go to RubyHeroes.com and submit their name.
tpope churns out plugins for heroku and rbenv, Rails 4 pulls support for things you wish you never used, redacting your strings, and improving your use of ActiveRecord all in this epsode of Ruby5!
This week we talk about a brand new Bundler, signed RubyGems, CoffeeScript source maps, Posgres Tips, code typos and learning programming as an apprentice.
New versions of all the things! Docs, clearing up maintenance plans, and as usual, a smattering of useful ruby tools (singleton_process, flight, gridhook, and assorted blog entries) in this RubyLoco-powered edition of Ruby5.
Ruby 2.0! 2.0!! Also, RubyInstaller has been updated to include Ruby 2.0!!! Refinements are in Ruby 2.0!!!! Artoo, RubyFriendsCamera, and Cached Counts Gem are not in Ruby 2.0 but they are in this episode of Ruby5!!!!!
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