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We’re continuing our journey with configuration as a service, extending our example app to automatically reload its ENV variables whenever they change in Occson.
Hello, I have put together a new pixel art getting started guide titled How to Draw Shiba Inu or Kawaii Dog - Handmade (24x24) Pixel Art. Yes, you can. Get inspired by watching pixel art videos on the internets and turn the paper version into ready-to-mint digital gold originals!
Trip.rb is a concurrent tracer. The recently released v2.2.0 includes a lot of improvements but the feature I’m most excited about is the stacktrace analyzer. I thought I’d share in the hopes it could help other Ruby developers out there. Let me know what you think :)
In this episode, we discuss the Why, When & How to Pair Program: https://www.rubberduckdevshow.com/episodes/4-pair-programming-when-why-how/
With rails 5.2, encrypted credentials were introduced. With the recent update Rails 6.2, have a glance at new features and updates on encrypted credentials here https://blog.engineyard.com/rails-encrypted-credentials-on-6.2?utm_source=RubyFlow.com&utm_id=QiWorks
Polyphony is a library for writing highly concurrent Ruby apps. Polyphony harnesses Ruby fibers and a powerful io_uring-based I/O runtime to provide a solid foundation for building high-performance concurrent Ruby apps. [more inside]
Given that we are rubyists, we thought you might find this discussion interesting. In this episode, we discuss the people side of software development project management: https://www.rubberduckdevshow.com/episodes/3-software-development-people-project-management/
Hello, I wrote-up a litle pixel art programming in ruby article titled Inside the CryptoPunks Bubble - Greyscale / Grayscale Punks Collection Case Study - Conceptual Art (Parody)? (Get-Rich-Quick) Cash Grab? Greater Fools (Financial) Fraud? Happy pixel pushing and minting. Cheers. Prost. PS: For more pixel art fun try the New Punk, Rocks! Series - 100 Punk, Rocks! (in Original 24x24px Format) in Free All-In-One Composite Image (punkrocks.png) Download (~20k)
It finally happened! The Glimmer Tetris that was built in Glimmer DSL for SWT for the desktop earlier this year has been webified via Glimmer DSL for Opal (an early minimal version) and released as part of version 0.26.0! [more inside]
Tailwind CSS is a popular CSS framework that helps developers quickly build and style web pages with a unique utility-based approach. Unlike other CSS frameworks, it comes with its own build tooling. In this article, Jeffery Morhous walks us through setting up Tailwind CSS with Rails and Webpacker. https://www.honeybadger.io/blog/tailwind-css-rails/
An analysis of over 1,600 job postings on RailsGigs suggests that React is now a de facto part of the Rails stack: https://matthewbellantoni.com/2021/08/17/react-is-now-effectively-part-of-the-rails-stack/
Given that we are rubyists, we thought you might find this discussion interesting. In this episode we talk about the technical aspect of project management for software development: https://www.rubberduckdevshow.com/episodes/2-software-development-technical-project-management/
A primer from Evil Martian Dmitry Tsepelev on thread-safety and database duplicates. Lots of actionable content on how to make sure rows in your tables in a Rails application stay unique. Benchmarks and runnable examples inside!