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Learn more about TracePoint and how it makes code “tell us” what it’s doing. [more inside]
I detail how Ruby’s helping me keep my mind off the pandemic and how I’m dealing with social distancing: https://emmanuelhayford.com/maintaining-sanity-with-ruby-under-a-lockdown/
Turns out, not all jQuery plugins are created equal. Some work without jQuery at all, which can be an especially helpful thing to know when adopting Webpack in place of the Rails asset pipeline. https://rossta.net/blog/you-might-not-need-jquery-with-webpack.html
Vessel is a fast, open source, high-level, web crawling and scraping framework for Ruby, built on top of Ferrum — a minimal-dependency pure-Ruby driver for running headless Google Chrome instances. [more inside]
In this first part of the series - It’s Easy to Build: Custom docs project, we’ll learn how to convert our markdown text to an HTML code using Ruby. Link to blog post
Truemail web API client library for Ruby has been released 🚀: https://github.com/truemail-rb/truemail-ruby-client
Slick but useful method. It also improves
ActiveRecord::Relation#pick method. https://blog.mechanicles.com/2020/03/29/rails-adds-enumerable-pick-method.html
Let us use automation tools to build a robust and automated release process activities https://medium.com/@shihadeh/automating-release-cycle-activities-56046398a38b
Start controlling rails console sessions and collect their commands and logs https://medium.com/@wshihadeh/collect-and-store-rails-console-logs-c1982781c28d