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Ben Lewis wrote an article about Five Ruby Methods you should be using. He covers Object#tap, Array#bsearch, Enumerable#flat_map, Array.new with a block, and the sort operator (a.k.a. spaceship).
Chris Kottom published an article covering a few of the code metrics that he feels don’t necessarily matter, like 100% code coverage. He focuses on a few that do, including performance, complexity, and security.
The team at Shopify recently released a new library for tampering with network connections called Toxiproxy. It provides a TCP proxy system which can be used to simulate network and system conditions.
The email_prefixer gem by Ryan Sonnek automatically adds a prefix to the subject line of all delivered emails in development and staging. Great use of ActionMailer::Interceptor, a feature added in Rails 3.1.
Santosh Wadghule published a guide on how to perform phone number verification in your Ruby application using the Twilio API. Who needs CAPTCHA? I’m just gonna TEXTYA!
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Rails Misconceptions, performance and minecraft
Eastward Ho, Git ours/theirs and where does your code go?
This week we have Streem, Rails 4.2.rc3, Papercrop, and RubyMotion 3.0.
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