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Necromancer with new syntax

Necromancer adds new syntax for data transformations such as coercion into range Necromancer.convert('1-10') >> Range, or casting to boolean type Necromancer.convert('yes') >> :boolean. Enjoy!

Using Bootstrap 4 with Ruby On Rails

A quick walkthrough on how to add Bootstrap 4 to an existing Ruby on Rails application. We use the bootstrap gem to manage the files and updates, and update the stylesheet and JavaScript manifestos.

Core Ruby Tools

A short exploration of several core tools (Rubygems, Rbenv/RVM, Bundler, Rake) that should be in every Ruby developer’s toolkit, with an emphasis on how the components fit together on your system. Includes troubleshooting tips.

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PolyBelongsTo reaches 1.0.0!

After two years PolyBelongsTo has its 1.0.0 release! PolyBelongsTo allows you to access model relations with ActiveRecord in a more across-the-board meta-programming friendly way. It includes database model relation integrity checking, deep nested relation cloning of model records, and plenty of nifty simplifications for your database relations. See PolyBelongsTo.

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