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Day 14 - Ruby Advent Calendar'17 - hoe - Build, package and publish gems

Hello, welcome back to the Ruby Advent Calendar 2017. Let’s continue the series on Day 14 with hoe - Build, package and publish gems with hoe; use build scripts with ready-to-use rake (ruby make) tasks; automate, automate, automate. Thanks to Ryan Davis and friends (from Seattle.rb) for polishing the gem all those years - more than 100+ releases - leading to today’s version 3.16. Happy scripting & automating.Cheers. PS: You’re more than welcome to send in your articles (about your library / gem of choice) too!

Modern Front-end in Rails. Part 2

Part 2 (out of 3) of already much-discussed opinionated guide to modern, modular, component-based front-end in Rails 5.1+ with no front-end frameworks involved. This part describes building a scaffold for a simple chat app from JS/CSS/ERB components.

ActiveRecord::MTI 0.3.0-RC3

Unleash the power of true (multi) table inheritance in your Rails (or specifically ActiveRecord) projects! Requires PostgreSQL database. ActiveRecord::MTI strives to provide a seamless extension of ActiveRecord, allowing you to leverage a more powerful form of table inheritance. Version 0.3.0 is slated for release sometime this week or next.

I’d love to get some real world testing on this RC! It’s currently used in prod…

Day 11 - Ruby Advent Calendar '17 - @jekyll_octopod - Publish your own talk shows

Hello, welcome back to the Ruby Advent Calendar 2017. Let’s continue the series on Day 11 with jekyll-octopod - Publish your own radio talk shows. Podcast extension for building (static) websites with Jekyll; incl. podcast web feeds with RSS enclosures and JSON Feed attachments in the OGG, MP3 or M4A audio formats. Cheers. PS: You’re more than welcome to send in your articles (about your library / gem of choice) too!

Day 10 - Ruby Advent Calendar '17 - feedtxt - Read Feed.TXT - Feeds in Text (Unicode)

Hello, welcome back to the Ruby Advent Calendar 2017. Let’s continue the series on Day 10 with feedtxt - - Read Feed.TXT - feeds in text (unicode). Publish & share posts, articles, podcasts, ‘n’ more. Web Feeds! Web Feeds! Web Feeds! The future of online news - the future of Facebook & Co. Cheers. PS: You’re more than welcome to send in your articles (about your library / gem of choice) too!

Day 9 - Ruby Advent Calendar '17 - hexapdf - Read and write PDF documents; merge,...

Hello, welcome back to the Ruby Advent Calendar 2017. Let’s continue the series on Day 9 with hexapdf - Read and write PDF documents; start from zero or merge, extract, optimize and much more. Incl. many examples to get you started. If you work with PDFs give hexapdf - a versatile portable document format (PDF) creation and manipulation library and command line tool - a try. Cheers. PS: You’re more than welcome to send in your articles (about your library / gem of choice) too!

Day 8 - Ruby Advent Calendar '17 - feedparser - Read web feeds in XML, JSON, TXT, etc

Hello, welcome back to the Ruby Advent Calendar 2017. Let’s continue the series on Day 8 with feedparser - Read web feeds in XML, HTML, JSON, TXT and more. Build your own news reader from scratch in twenty lines. All about the future of online news - the future of Facebook & Co - Web Feeds! Web Feeds! Web Feeds! Cheers. PS: You’re more than welcome to send in your articles (about your library / gem of choice) too!

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Are you running Redmine? When’s the last time you updated it? 👀 Find out whether your installation is still secure and what you can do to harden your setup with this simple tool: 👉 Redmine Security Scanner

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