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Hello, I’ve updated Slide Show (S9) - the free web alternative to PowerPoint and Keynote in Ruby - that lets you write your slides / talks / presentations in text w/ markdown (kramdown 2.0+) formatting conventions. Jekyll (and GitHub Pages)-compatible template packs include s6, reveal.js, impress.js,shower.js and some more. Cheers. Prost.
The Ruby Runtime in AWS Lambda now makes it possible to create Lambda’s using Ruby very easily! These Lambda’s can then be used to support a Serverless App. If you like/hate the guide, let me know in the comments. Hope you like it :) Guide: How to Build a Serverless Application on AWS using Ruby
Hello, Spoiler Alert! Here’s the (secure) ruby reference solution in its full glory for the (Secure) Ruby Quiz - Code Challenge #1 - Create a 3x3 Tic-Tac-Toe Player vs Player Game Contract. Compare the sruby code to the EOS.IO C++ spaghetti “monster”? I guess the C++ version is at least 10x faster :-). Cheers. Prost. Happy coding and (crypto) blockchain contract scripting with sruby.
In this article we talk about a pattern that can be very useful when we need to control the flow of a set of events of our objects: The State Pattern a.k.a Finite State Machine. [more inside]
Hey guys, we have a new blog article about debugging emails with mailhog. Check it out at: https://arsfutura.co/magazine/debugging-rails-mails-with-mailhog
Hello, I’ve started a new white paper / cheat sheet on a (secure) ruby to solidity (source-to-source) cross-compiler. If anyone is interested in how to turn ruby into solidity (and ethereum virtual machine (evm) bytecode) let us know! Question or comments welcome. Note, the ruby-talk mailing list is the “official” sruby channel. Cheers. Prost.
Spoiler: I thought of seven reasons why SQL knowledge is still useful even though Active Record is so great.
This article explores the interaction between four different Ruby web servers and their respective Rack handlers: https://medium.com/@lfv89/rackless-ruby-servers-why-not-a9f8430067dd
Rails 6.0.0.beta1 is out and you may have already tested it. We all have heard about the main features such as multi-database connectivity, Action Mailbox & Action Text merge, parallelized testing, Action Cable testing etc. But there’s also a ton of other cool features that I found interesting. [more inside]
Hi there - I’ve put together a list of fun stuff I found in ruby while writing the prettier plugin https://engineering.culturehq.com/posts/2019-02-14-weird-ruby