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The loaf gem manages and displays breadcrumb trails in your rails application and even supports internationalization.
If you rely on RSpec’s gem signing, you’ll need to update your certificate for the 3.2 release which can now be found on GitHub.
Blake Williams from Thoughtbot wrote about using ES6 now by using a library called 6to5, which as you might expect, turns ES6 code into ES5. Now you can use ES6 features today!
RSpec has done a major redesign of their site and it now hosts their blog and documentation.
Janko Marohnić wrote a blog post about the code smells involved with cramming all of your required libraries into one file.
Exercism.io released an bot to nitpick your code before developer discussion happens.
The pry-remote gem allows you to start Pry remotely and connect to it using DRb.
Tenderlovin Minitest and RSpec, Passenger-docker, Converting a large JRuby project to GoLang
Carlos and James talk about tail call optimization, single vs. double quotes, ActiveRecord SQLServer, Rbkit, and Commander.
The ember-cli-rails gem, spyke, debugging super methods, recalculating counter cache, and color detection with gauguin all in this episode of the Ruby5!
This episode covers Ruby methods you should be using, code metrics that matter, using ES6 on the Rails asset pipeline, tampering with network connections, automatically prefixing email subject lines and phone verification using SMS.
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