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A new version of Pundit was released, which is a gem that provides minimal authorization through object-oriented design and pure Ruby classes.
Capistrano is a tool for deploying code, that you can also use for performing additional tasks on your server.
Emil Soman is currently releasing a blog series titled, “DIY Ruby CPU Profiling.” In Part I we saw how instrumentation profilers work, and in Part II we learned how to measure execution time of programs using CPU time and Wall time. In Part III you'll apply what you have learned so far and build a basic instrumentation CPU profiler.
Filippos Vasilakis, from Kollegorna, wrote a tutorial to extend your Rails app and build an API without changing a single line of code from your existing app.
In this episode we discuss Ruby OpenSSL hostname verification, Ruby 2.2.2, using React.js within a Ruby on Rails app, Truth Tables, and finally a book called Clean Ruby.
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.
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