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Glimmer DSL for LibUI 0.12.0 Custom Control Component Slots

Glimmer DSL for LibUI (Prerequisite-Free Ruby Desktop Development Cross-Platform Native GUI Library) version 0.12.0 ships with an exciting new feature called Custom Control Component Slots!!! Component Slots are containers that could accept content in different parts of a Custom Control component (e.g. an address_form Custom Control can have a header slot and a footer slot to display extra information about the address being entered, which consumers could fill in with any GUI controls). A new example has been implemented to demonstrate this feature: Class-Based Custom Control Slots.

Thanks for sharing I got no idea for any desktop app yet though :3 …

Todo MVC Ruby Edition is the one Todo MVC To Rule Them All!!!

Todo MVC is a popular sample that is built in all Web Frontend Frameworks to provide a comprehensive example covering all basic Frontend features. As such, it provides Software Engineers with a very good idea of how day-to-day Frontend Development would be with every Frontend Framework, whether in JavaScript, using React, Angular, Ember, or Vue, or in a Compile-to-JavaScript language, using something like Elm, GWT, or Scala.js. I am happy to announce that Todo MVC has just been built using Glimmer DSL for Web with 100% Frontend Ruby code. And, this version’s code is easily simpler, more minimalistic, more readable, and more maintainable than all 45+ versions on the Todo MVC website! I can confidently say it is the one Todo MVC to rule them all! Thanks to the awesomeness of Ruby in the Browser!!!

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