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DeepDup Gem Released

I was not able to find a plain Ruby some_deeply_nested_object.deep_dup library so I created one. GitHub link to the gem: deep_dup.

LinkHum: humane link urlifier

LinkHum is humane, correct and customizable URL auto-linker in user-entered text. Just call LinkHum.urlify(any_text_with_urls) and there will be correct <a> tags. It tries hard to do the most reasonable thing even in complex cases.

Taskmanaging Your App, Part 1: Using Rake

Rake tasks: we all use them. But how exactly do they work? Where should you write them, and how do your tasks get interpreted? Here’s a blog post that dives down the rabbit hole of rake tasks, and how you can use them to task manage your applications!

Be aware about the out-of-memory killer

One of the most important things for applications is stability. There are various hosting platforms that give you virtual servers, where you can run multiple services. There is no limit to the number of processes so it is up to you how much of their resources will be used. However, exceeding all available RAM memory can result in poor stability or even a server crash. This article gives you some basic knowledge about the out-of-memory system state. [more inside]

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