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Brandon Rice published a post teaching how to write a rack-compliant web server in Ruby and how to use it to run a Sinatra application. It’s less than 100 lines of code, including the server and the code that assigns it to a Rack handler.
Bert Goethals wrote about the
Hash#default_proc method. He shows an example of how to speed up an expensive operation in a Proc by wrapping it in a Hash, and having
default_proc implicitly called when we look up a Hash key.
A commit was merged to Rails that adds the
pluck method the Enumerable class in ActiveSupport. This allows us to fetch specific values from Enumerables the same way we do today in ActiveRecord. It's currently part of Rails edge, and should be officially released on Rails 5.
NetGuru published a blog on the 10 Ruby on Rails Books You Must Have on Your Bookshelf. The books on this list not only teach “the how”, but also “the why”, which allows us a deeper understanding of core principles.
React.js and Rails, Ruby Patterns, a new XML/HTML parser, Ruby Object Mapper gets an upgrade, and ActiveSupport grows
The local-subdomain gem, FizzBuzz in Elixir, 10 killer tmux tips, the Secret Life of Your Database, and previewing Ember 2.0 on Canary all in this episode of the Ruby5!
This week we cover Ruby: ROM 0.7.0, Lotus 0.3.1, RubyBench.org, How Ruby Uses Memory, and putting Ruby's Timeout on Timeout.
Strong Code Review Culture, Arel Project instead of pluck, emoji in MySql and flamegraphs
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