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Joyce Echessa has a written a blog post that goes over how to use three PDF generation gems in Ruby: Prawn, PDFKit, and Wicked PDF.
Tim Robertson started a spirited conversation on the topic of garbage collection in Ruby 2.1 with this blog post on the Omniref blog.
Ilya Grigorik answers the question: Why is my CDN 'slow' for mobile clients? Spoiler: it is not.
Edge Rails recently introduced Active Record enums for those columns that have a pre-defined set of values.
Thoughtbot are soon to pop with a new reference book titled, "iOS on Rails". You can get a discounted beta version now.
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