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Batching – A powerful way to solve N+1 queries every Rubyist should know ☝️

I published the post about batching as a technique which helps avoid N+1 queries, existing battle-tested tools like Haskell Haxl and JavaScript DataLoader, and how similar approaches can be used in any Ruby code including RESTful APIs and GraphQL:

Thanks for sharing!

Yet another introduction to pundit gem

Security is an important aspect of application development. Two main components of security are Authentication (Who are you?) and Authorization (are you supposed to be here?). Authentication verifies the user’s identity while authorization verifies whether that user has access rights on certain resources to perform actions on them. [more inside]

RSpec addons for DRYer specs

saharspec is a newly released gem with a small but growing set of additional features for RSpec: some new matchers and its-style goodies.

LangTool - easy localizations for developers

Released my web application on Ruby on Rails. It helps developers with free automatic localization for their projects. Just select file for localization, wait a few seconds and take translated one. Supported yml, xml, json, strings, resx types.

Mobility 0.2: Now with Plugins

I’ve just released the second major version of Mobility, the Ruby pluggable translation framework I’ve been working on recently. In this blog post, I describe some of the new features: extensibility through a plugins structure, more configuration options, enumerability, and more.

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