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Inflections Everywhere: Using ActiveSupport Inflector

Grammar is important, especially when it comes to following Rails conventions. But grammar is also hard, and languages have all sorts of exceptions! Rails’ ActiveSupport::Inflector is a great tool when it comes to handling these linguistic roadblocks. This blog post walks through using the Inflector and writing your own custom inflections.

How To Install and Use Ruby-Prof Gem

Ruby-Prof is a performance tuning tool for Ruby based applications. As a C extension, it is much faster than standard Ruby-profiler and support both flat and graph profiles. Read full article on RailsCarma Blog

JSON Validation by Committee

I have penned the second of two posts talking about JSON API documentation and validation with Ruby. Learn how to use the prmd and committee gems do test, document, and validate (in production, no less) the data provided to and by your API

Colt 0.3.0 Released

Added update credit card expiration, add new default credit card and save credit card features. Check out the Colt Gem

Dr Jekyll's Themes of the Month - August'15 Edition - Leonids, Video, Centrarium, etc

Hello, let’s welcome the August’15 Edition of the Dr. Jekyll’s Themes of the Month series that highlights ready-to-fork static site themes. The new themes include: Leonids by RenYuan Zou; Video by Max White; Centrarium by Ben Centra; Mickey by Vincent Chan; Material Design Lite (MDL) by Oscar Cortez and Planet Jekyll’s Starter (Minimal) by Gerald Bauer. Find all themes at the Dr. Jekyll’s Themes directory. Any theme missing? Add your theme! Cheers.

Hi! Why no direct links to these themes in the post?
You find all direct links and preview pics on the front page -> drjekyllthem…

Lita 4.6 released

Hot on the heels of Lita 4.5, version 4.6 of Lita, the Ruby ChatOps framework, has been released. This release adds long-requested support for chat-service-specific APIs. The Slack adapter for Lita has also been updated to add support for sending Slack attachments from your bot. [more inside]

Trending Topics Using Twitter Gem

Go to our blog to learn how to implement trending topics into your Rails application using Twitter Gem.

That’s really hard to read - is there any chance of getting syntax highlighting…
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