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Testing your JavaScript... with Ruby?!

While Codest is primarily a Ruby shop, one of the many projects we’re building is in JavaScript. It’s a client-side library which runs in a pretty challenging environment: it has to support pretty much every browser in existence, including very old ones, and to top it off it interacts with a gaggle of external scripts and services. It’s tons of fun… read more here

Best of Practicing Ruby (Book Edition) by Gregory Brown et al @ Yuki & Moto Press

Hello, I put together a new (free online) book titled Best of Practicing Ruby (Book Edition) @ the Yuki & Moto Press Bookshelf that collects the best articles from the practicing ruby series headed by Gregory Brown with guest chapters by Luke Francl, Magnus Holm, Aaron Patterson, Solomon White and others. Topics include: A minimal HTTP server - Event loops demystified - Parsing JSON the hard way - Tricks for working with text and files - Working with binary file formats - and much more. Happy hacking. Happy reading. Cheers.

Updated I Love Ruby

Hello People, have updated my Ruby book I Love ruby. Its a minor update where online resource section was updated. Please grab it here https://mindaslab.github.io/I-Love-Ruby/

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bootstrap_form 4.0 release planned for 2018

The bootstrap_form gem makes it easy to build beautiful forms with Bootstrap styles using the built-in Rails form helpers. The project has been around for several years and has over 1MM downloads. This year, after a brief hiatus, we are revamping bootstrap_form to support Bootstrap v4 and planning a big release. If you use bootstrap_form today, take a look at our roadmap to 4.0. We are always happy to welcome new contributors!

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