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Active Storage meets GraphQL: Direct Uploads

Vladimir Dementyev in his article explains how to swap the REST part of Active Storage in Rails 6 for GraphQL mutations when dealing with direct uploads. A missing documentation for Rails/GraphQL applications dealing with user files.

Ruby's Creed

I wrote down some thoughts on Ruby’s evolution (from a purely syntactic perspective) and how they fit (or don’t fit) its creed to “optimize for happiness”.

Announcing a Headless Chrome driver for Capybara!

Announcing the capybara-headless_chrome gem. This Capybara driver wraps up all the nitty-gritty Selenium configuration details, and also provides support for downloading files. We’ve been running test suites from dozens of projects with it ever since PhantomJS was declared EOL, and we think its ready to share with a larger audience. [more inside]

Legacy Rails: Silently Judging You

How can we judge the quality of Rails applications? Are they in good shape? Should we upgrade them to a more recent version of Rails? Should we re-write them? Here is a process that works for us: [more inside]

Ruby Conferences 'n' Camps in 2019 Update - What's Upcoming in April? What's News?

Hello, I’ve updated the Ruby Conferences ‘n’ Camps in 2019 - What’s Upcoming? Calendar page @ Planet Ruby. What’s News? Added Deccan RubyConf (in August in Pune, Maharashtra, India), RubyConf Colombia (in September in Medellín, Colombia), and more. Happy meeting up with rubyists in 2019. Cheers. Prost. PS: Do you have a favorite conference? Let’s give a shout-out to EuRuKo 2019 (in June in Rotterdam, the Netherlands).

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