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Richard Schneeman put up an article on Sitepoint last week that goes into many of the technical reasons for why Rubygems sometimes takes so long to load up your Ruby application dependencies. It was sparked from a pull request from Miklós Fazekas where some extensive DTrace performance tracing was used. It’s interesting and very detailed and worth a look if you’re interested in Ruby performance.
irbtools version 2.0 was recently released after over four years of development. irbtools extends your IRB experience by providing a ton of features, integrations, visualizations, and general niceties. If you haven’t seen it before, and if you use IRB, it’s certainly worth a look.
Last week, the team over at FlyoverWorks released Storytime 2.0. Storytime is a Rails 4 CMS and blogging engine that is built to run beside an existing Rails application. The new release adds multisite support, an updated administrative interface design, inline text snippet editing, a guided installation process, and more.
Ensnare is a Rubygem which sets honey traps for your users to watch for and identify malicious behavior. If found, it alters your application responses automatically with its trap responses to throttle them or even treat all of their requests to being bad.
Hubert Lepicki shares his walkthrough on how to automate web tasks using just Ruby and Capybara. It’s a great example of how Ruby can be used as a scripting tool outside of Ruby on Rails.
Confreaks just released videos from the 2015 Bath Ruby Conference on confreaks.tv. There are many presentations worth watching including Sandi Metz’s “Nothing is Something,” and Katrina Owen’s “Here Be Dragons.”
A better understanding of Broccoli, Querying at Warp Drive, method tracking with chronicles, fighting with ActiveRecord, and WebSockets in Rails 4 all in this episode of the Ruby5 podcast.
We cover the book Ruby Performance Optimization, data-processing with the Kiba gem, JSON clients with Kartograph, working with Minitest and Rails, and Ruboto 1.3.0.
Julius Ceaser used Rot5, Rails Email, Mongo Ruby Driver
Deciding when to refactor, getting familiar with RSpec, Rails 5.0, RailsPlay, and Crono
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