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Sandi Metz, author of Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby, has put together some simple rules of thumb regarding class and method composition. Caleb Thompson wrote up a blog article about them over at the Thoughtbot blog.
To make it even easier to build iOS apps in Ruby, Jamon Holmgren created ProMotion, a RubyMotion framework for abstracting the screen and navigation handling in a Ruby-like way. It makes it easy to work with things like UINavigationControllers, UITabBarControllers, and UIViewControllers.
Emil Soman wrote up a blog article on how to write a tested, documented and versioned JSON API Using Rails 4.
Josep Jaume Rey of Codegram wrote in to let us know about Futuroscope. It's their implementation of "futures", which let you easily handle processes in the background. You just wrap your long-running code in a block, and retrieve the result when you need it.
The Searchlight gem, which simplifies complex method chains. It works with ActiveRecord and ActionView out of the box. It also lets you set defaults and offers other shortcuts for interacting with Rails forms.
This week Shai Rosenfeld released the haml-i18n-extractor gem, which is a command line tool that looks for certain strings in your haml templates that are likely to be internationalized. It replaces those strings with calls to the translate ("t") method, then it creates the proper yaml locale files for you.
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Today's episode covers a major release for minitest, some JSON standards work, a tutorial on tagging with ActiveRecord and Postgres (plus an arduino to trigger the spray paint can), a RubyMotion tutorial and a little thing called CoVim that will blow your mind.
From multi to native json, JoyBox hits 1.0, ContextValidations and FormObjects, teaching kids at KidsCodeCamp, Plataformatec gems, tab navigation with Tabulous 2 and Git Real 2 online course.
Manage access via GitHub organizations, RubyMotion 2.0, Sidekiq Pro 1.0, deprecating `::`, under the hood of Ruby's method dispatch, and the reform gem all in this episode of Ruby5.
We Adequackly cover RailsConf and free Rails 4 videos, Phusion Passenger 4.0.1, a Better STI approach, logging your Mail, and setting up a Rails 4 Server, all while releasing the Jekyll on this episode of Ruby5.
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