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Gem is a well-known command amongst Rubyists, as it’s central to the use of Ruby. Xavier Nayrac explains the awesomeness of the gem called gem.
RubySpec is actively maintained at ruby/rubyspec, and MRI, JRuby, Opal, and various individuals are contributing to it. Any contribution is welcome!
Peter Saxton questions the “fat model, skinny controller” convention that often leads to the god object antipattern.
Starr Horne elaborates on how error pages work within Rails.
In-app purchases with RubyMotion, a better ettercap, patching Rails for faster JSON, a Ruby-powered iOS toolchain, and a RubyGem that Carmen Sandiego could love
In this week's episode, we discuss RubyIssue(s), understanding Ruby’s strange “Errno” exceptions, Griddler, Shortcutfoo, and benchmarking Ruby's `method_missing` vs `define_method`.
Daemons in Ruby, Docker containers for Ruby apps, job processing with disque, finder objects, and discovery testing all in this episode of the Ruby5!
In this week's episode, we discuss high performance caching with Readthis, colorized SQL logging backport for ActiveRecord, RMagick, Gemfiles, and Ruby operators.
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