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Rails' Hidden Gems: ActiveSupport StringInquirer

If you’ve ever checked the environment in your Rails app with Rails.env.production? you’ve used a fascinating little utility class called StringInquirer. In this post, Jonathan Miles dives into the rails codebase to show us exactly how StringInquirer works and how we can bring a little of its magic to our own apps. https://www.honeybadger.io/blog/rails-activesupport-stringinquirer/

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