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A security vulnerability can be found in Ruby’s OpenSSL extensions through violations of matching hostnames, particularly wildcard certificates. This affects releases of Ruby 2.0, 2.1, and 2.2.
The new Ruby 2.2.2 has been released which addresses a security vulnerability related to OpenSSL. There are also other bug fixes included in this release.
"Rails Meets React.js," is a newly released ebook that teaches how to use React.js within a Ruby on Rails application. The $49 book provides a theoretical overview, best practices, code examples, testability, and finally some upgrade tips.
Article, "Elegant Tests with Truth Tables," by Philippe Creux demonstrates how to use Truth Tables to make tests readable and easily maintainable.
Clean Ruby is a book that teaches how to make your Ruby code more obvious and how to put the logic in the right place. It’s $49 but you can receive a sample chapter and tips about cleaning up your code by signing up for the newsletter.
We cover Rubygems, irbtools, Storytime 2.0, Ensnare, Ruby and Capybara, and videos from Bath Ruby Conference 2015.
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
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