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Earlier this month mruby 1.0 was released. This is a lightweight implementation of the Ruby language which can be linked and embedded within an application. You can also compile Ruby programs into compiled byte code.
Scott Albertson from Thoughtbot just released Hound CI, which is a service that reviews GitHub pull requests for style guide violations. It provides guidelines for things like git workflow, code formatting, naming, organization, and language-specific conventions for languages like Sass, Ruby, Coffeescript, Objective-C, and Python. AND it even includes some Rails development conventions for HTML, routing, background jobs, and testing.
OrgSync recently released version 1.0 of their gem ActiveInteraction, which helps manage application specific business logic. It's a unique way to help you keep business logic out of your models and controllers.
Zack Siri from Codemy wrote to us about another screencast he’s created, this time it’s about Rails Flash Partials. Setting up flash messages in Rails is really simple, but it can become more complex as your application grows. Rails partials are great for keeping your code DRY, and flash messages are no exception.
So there’s lots of libraries to help you rate your code, based on complexity, code coverage and so on and so on.. But this week I found a library that will grade how well your code is documented called Inch, by René Föhring. Check it out next time you need to beef up your documentation on a project.
Ruby’s method aliases are pretty handy, but if you method_alias in a class and then extend from that class, it won’t work. One way to solve this is by using the Forwardable module and its def_delegator method that are included in the Ruby standard library. However, a better solution is outlined in Nate Smith’s blog post, in which he describes writing a custom inheritable_alias method.
Over on Code School we just updated the original Rails for Zombies to be compatible with Rails 4 and Ruby 2. We made a massive improvement to the videos as well, so if you know anyone that needs to get started with Ruby on Rails, you know where to send em.
PostgreSQL! Such wow! Much gitsh! Ask Ruby, maybe not? R u an activity feed? Hakiri amaze on the Doge 5!
In this episode we cover Structuring Sinatrap Apps, REST clients with ActiveRestClient, supporting 12-Factor App with ENV_BANG using Foreman to manage services and a new DSL for creating objects with MooseX.
We learn about Recursion a list of deprecated stuff in Ruby and the value of Rails worst practices
Token Based Authentication, Recommundle, git_pretty_accept, PStore, Practicing Ruby, and RailsBricks 2 all in this episode of the Ruby5!
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