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Eno Compton wrote a blog post on "Test Driving a JSON API in Rails" where he touches on some pretty relevant details that tend to be overlooked by most developers.
Jubilee is a rack server that uses the best features of Vert.x 2.0 such as Event bus, Shared data and Clustering.
The folks at Bugsnag wrote a blog post describing Ruby 2.1's Exception#cause feature which allows access to the root cause of an exception in cases where multiple exceptions are raised.
Hulse, by Derek Willis, is a Ruby wrapper for House and Senate roll call votes. It parses Congressional vote data from the official House of Representatives and Senate websites.
Avdi Grimm has just freed up another episode from the Ruby Tapas archives on Caching an API. He talks about building a caching layer over an HTTP API.
Writing a Ruby compiler, the Omega universe simulator, RubyGems 2.2.0, debugging with HTTP clients, detecting similarities in images, and the Lotus web framework all in this episode of the Ruby5!
Today only! Some Rails 4.1 tidbits, dependency injection drama, a Rails engine for the Dashing framework, and some free tapas from Avdi.
rails-assets.org, Rails Database Info, Callbacks Extraction, Shutterbug, A Deeper Look at Ruby’s Enumerable, Prawn 0.13.0
thoughtbot open source issues now on Stack Overflow, verifying doubles in RSpec 3, interactive mockups with Stagehand, bundler is stayin' alive (for the time being), and updates to the roar gem all in this episode of the Ruby5!
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