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Why Aren't We Using More Service Objects Already

Avdi Grimm recently wrote a post in which he lambastes the rise of service objects. As an advocate for service objects I was interested in reading about their shortcomings. I want to know the strengths and weaknesses of the tools I use. That’s not what I found. Instead, I found a post that simply contradicted my own experience. Read More

On sustainable testing

This investigation of RSpec styles and practices also raises a question of sustainable tests, e.g. tests which would be maintained and update as the system grows.

An Introduction to Travis CI

Before you start in to our CI, one must understand what is CI and why the CI is going to help us the development and what is a DevOps. [more inside]

Wannabe Bool gem updated

If string, numeric, symbol and nil values wanna be a boolean value, they can with the new to_b method. For sake of readability (and personal choice), version 0.7.0 adds two aliases methods: [more inside]

Angular 4 with Rails 5

Angular is a framework for building client applications in HTML and either JavaScript or a language like TypeScript that compiles to JavaScript. [more inside]

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