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Glimmer Has Been One Point Oh’ed!

Glimmer is finally 1.0.0. This marks a big milestone since Glimmer has outgrown its single-library roots and has become an assortment of Ruby gems that work together, such as Glimmer DSL for SWT (JRuby Desktop Development GUI Library), Glimmer DSL for Tk (Ruby Desktop Development GUI Library), Glimmer DSL for Opal (Web GUI Adapter for Desktop Apps), Glimmer DSL for XML (& HTML), and Glimmer DSL for CSS. https://andymaleh.blogspot.com/2020/09/glimmer-has-been-one-point-ohed.html

Eventide Test Abstractions: Testing So Easy It Feels Like Cheating

Introducing Eventide fixtures, a test abstraction that greatly reduces the effort required to write tests by providing a set of specialized assertions that dramatically improve the ease of verifying the operation of all aspects of Eventide systems. And Eventide fixtures are just plain old Ruby objects, which can be tested like any other object. https://blog.eventide-project.org/articles/introducing-eventide-fixtures/

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