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This Week in Rails - 2023-03-24
Video coverage of the This Week in Rails newsletter
Keeping the Email Sending Equilibrium with ActionMailer Balancer
ActionMailer Balancer allows proportionally distributing the email sending load between two different sending services and keeping the sending equilibrium in the percentage you need and set up for yourself. For example: SendGrid 70% / Mailtrap 30%. or Postmark 60% / Mailgun 40%. Learn more in the article.
All about "Data" Simple Immutable Value Objects in Ruby 3.2
In Ruby 3.2, a new keyword Data was introduced as a way to define simple immutable value objects. Find more about it here: https://blog.kiprosh.com/ruby-3-2-data-simple-immutable-value-objects/
HMVC-Rails gem - Helping you build High-level MVC architecture
Hello everyone. Have ever you heard about or use Trailblazer gem? HMVC is an architecture based on it. To reduce time to initial a project, our team released this gem called HMVC-Rails. Hope it will create a new popular architecture for not only Ruby on Rails community but also other ones [more inside]
Authorization Gems in Ruby: Pundit and CanCanCan
Let’s take a look at Pundit and CanCanCan, two of the most popular authorization gems in Ruby: https://blog.appsignal.com/2023/03/22/authorization-gems-in-ruby-pundit-and-cancancan.html
Parklife turns any Rack app (Rails, Sinatra, Hanami, Roda, Camping) into a static HTML build ready to be hosted on GitHub Pages, Netlify, Now, S3, or any other web server. Keep working with the frameworks you already know and love but instead of deploying and managing a server-side Ruby app generate a static build that can live indefinitely with no maintenance cost. https://www.benpickles.com/articles/90-introducing-parklife
key features and benefits of Ruby on Rails
Some of the key features and benefits of Ruby on Rails.
MRSK vs Fly.io
https://fly.io/ruby-dispatch/mrsk-vs-flyio/ compares MRSK, a new Docker-based deployment tool DHH has been working on, with Fly.io, a Docker-base cloud. MRSK takes about 30 steps to spinup, provision, & deploy an app vs Fly.io’s ~10 steps.
Time-Series Data With Ruby on Rails and Postgres
You can get pretty far with just regular old Rails and Postgres to handle your time-series data and graphs: https://census.dev/blog/time-series-data-with-ruby-on-rails-and-postgres
AnyCable off Rails: connecting Twilio streams with Hanami
In this new post on the Martians blog, Head of Backend Vladimir Dementyev and Backend Engineer Pasha Kalashnikov show how the AnyCable-Go library can be used to control any WebSocket client. [more inside]
Glimmer DSL for SWT 126.96.36.199 Released
Glimmer DSL for SWT 188.8.131.52 has just been released! [more inside]
Features Your Editor Should Have With Amir Rajan | Rubber Duck Dev Show 78
In this episode, we discuss features your editor or IDE should have with Amir Rajan: https://www.rubberduckdevshow.com/episodes/78-features-your-editor-should-have-with-amir-rajan/
Programming Guitar Greatness
Domain modeling is a tough and vast topic. I think hard and fast rules are difficult to come by. There are definitely guidelines and principles you can use though. I’ve compiled some of my favorites to code a system to play the guitar like one of my favorite guitarists. https://kevinjmurphy.com/posts/programming-guitar-greatness/
Ruby monkey patching. An introduction
Monkey patching is a technique used in Ruby programming to modify or extend the behaviour of existing classes or modules at runtime. It involves adding, removing or modifying methods and attributes of existing classes or modules at runtime, without actually changing the source code of the original class or module. https://medium.com/@real_wyodeb/ruby-monkey-patching-an-introduction-d1328fc99da7
ChatGPT materialized as GUI via Ruby & Glimmer DSL for LibUI
Apparently, ChatGPT has materialized in our world as a GUI (Graphical User Interface) via Ruby and Glimmer DSL for LibUI. [more inside]
Working With Markdown in Ruby
This article explores how to use markdown in Ruby. Learn how to use two popular Ruby libraries—Redcarpet and Kramdown—to parse markdown and create a simple documentation app using Redcarpet and Sinatra. https://www.honeybadger.io/blog/ruby-markdown/
A Generalized User-local Container for UI State in Kredis
In the second and final part of this series, we’ll develop a generalized user-local container for UI state in Kredis: https://blog.appsignal.com/2023/03/15/a-generalized-user-local-container-for-ui-state-in-kredis.html
No more N+1. Period.
I encourage you to stop using the Ruby on Rails built-in solution for resolving the N+1 problem and switch to automatic preloading. Are you surprised it’s possible? Check it by yourself: https://evgeniydemin.medium.com/automatic-preloading-in-rails-the-dream-that-came-true-80ed4982ce2d
From a Rails app print logs in the Chrome console
https://github.com/railsjazz/railsochrome how to print your log messages from the Rails app in the Chrome console. [more inside]
Monetizing Your Developer Content With Seb Wilgosz & Lucian Ghinda | Rubber Duck Dev
In this episode, we discuss how to monetize your developer content with Seb Wilgosz & Lucian Ghinda: https://www.rubberduckdevshow.com/episodes/77-monetizing-your-developer-content-with-seb-wilgosz-lucian-ghinda/