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The markov_noodles gem let's you experiment with markov chains in your Ruby apps!
The drjekyll gem lets you easily browse and install jekyll themes from the Dr Jekyll directory.
The inline_translation gem let's you automatically translate to other languages on the fly in your app.
This pry add-on automatically stores your pry commands to variables for you!
This blog post tutorial gets you up and running with rails by guiding you through the implementation of a social network.
This blog post talks about the drawbacks in classical file upload solutions and argues the case for on the fly processing. It's a short read and worth looking at if you're curious about alternate approaches.
In this week’s episode, we discuss sustainable development, RailsConf, using Data Objects, raising any object as a Ruby exception, and using the “ask, don’t tell” policy with Ruby.
This week we discuss, ludicrous speed, better commit messages with a .gitmessage template, interactor gem, Ruby for good and inline Gemfile.
On this week’s episode, we discuss the gem gem, RubySpec, tackling god objects, Sequel, and Rails’ fancy exception page.
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
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