RubyFlow The Ruby and Rails community linklog

×

The Ruby and Rails community linklog

Made a library? Written a blog post? Found a useful tutorial? Share it with the Ruby community here or just enjoy what everyone else has found!

Submit a post

You can use basic HTML markup (e.g. <a>) or Markdown.
Note that your post may be edited to suit the format of the site.

As you are not logged in, you will be
directed via GitHub to signup or sign in

Post Preview

Note: Only the first pargraph is shown on the front page and overly long paragraphs may be broken up.

  Yesterday

New Ruby ETL gem available: Kiba

I just released the first gem version (0.0.5) of Kiba, a declarative row-based processing DSL (first introduced here). It’s now in production use by a couple of people to transform and move data around, hope you’ll like it.

Skins, minimal styles for Rails scaffolds

Skins is a small Rails plugin that adds a thin layer of style to your app. In short, is just a stylesheet and free fonts. No need to change your HTML, nor add extra markup. Check the code on github.

Micro library for initialize variables

Ocioso is a gem for lazily initialize variables of your ruby objects, also you can define your defaults values and allow certain variables, hope you enjoy it!

Pair Up!

A gem that allows two people to receive attribution when pair programming. It sets one user as the author and the other as the committer. It allows for easy switching and supports OSX gui applications like SourceTree. Checkout pair-up!

Exploring new methods in Ruby 2.2.0

For those late to the Ruby 2.2.0 party like me, the core team introduced couple of new methods. Read on to discover these new methods and see how to use them in your everyday job.

Loading older posts