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Migrating Selenium system tests to Cuprite

The Cuprite driver is a very nice replacement for Selenium in your system tests. It speeds up the suite considerably and its API is clean and versatile. The article shows some numbers and a few issues that we hit during the migration as well as their possible fixes. [more inside]

New (Modern Dotty Spotty) Currency Art Programming How-Tos (with Ruby)

Hello, Inspired by Damien Hirst’s “The Currency” art (token) parody / 40+ million $$$ cash grab I have created an all new /currencyart-howto repo that collects getting started guides (and scripts) - yes, in ruby - for creating your own free (modern dotty spotty) currency art in retro pixel bitmap raster format or in hi-definition (hi-def) XXXL poster-size quality vector graphics format. Happy pixel pushing and art programming in ruby.

array_include_methods 1.4.0

array_include_methods 1.4.0 has been released (Array#include_all?, Array#include_any?, Array#include_array?, Array#array_index, Array#array_intersection_indexes, and Array#array_diff_indexes methods missing from basic Ruby Array API) [more inside]

Setting Up Rails 6.1 + Tailwind CSS 2.2 with JIT

This tutorial shows how to create a project with Rails 6.1 and its default Webpacker version (4.5), and configure Tailwind CSS with its dependencies and JIT mode enabled. You’ll end up with a project that compiles the final CSS automatically, and refreshes the browser for you as well, after every change.

Multi-Factor Authentication for Rails With WebAuthn and Devise

If someone steals your password, they can pretend to be you. That’s why many companies provide two-factor or multi-factor authentication via a fingerprint scan, a YubiKey, an authenticator app, or SMS. In this article, Petr Hlavicka will give you a solid foundation of knowledge about multi-factor authentication and will walk you through implementation with Rails, Webauthn, and Devise

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