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HTTPX (0.1.0) - an HTTP client

HTTPX is an http protocol client library in ruby which supports concurrent requests (using HTTP/2 and HTTP/1 protocol features), modular features and a simple API.

How to Use the Ruby Map Method

I think it’s so cool that the Ruby map method exists. It means that Ruby has support for higher-order functions, and functional programming. [more inside]

How to Use Strings in Ruby

I remember when I first heard about strings. I wanted to create a command line application that would ask the user for his name and age. Read it here

How to Use the Each Method in Ruby

When it comes to doing the same thing over and over again, Ruby has a few methods you can choose from. But in this article, we’re going to look at the each method and what you can do with it. Read it here

Writing Testable API Documentation Using APIB and Dredd

In this tutorial, we will use the DDD (documentation-driven development) approach to writing a kind-of-mocked Rails API application. We will set up extensive documentation testing using a combination of Rails API (our framework of choice), API Blueprint (as a language describing our API endpoints) and Dredd (a tool to test API endpoints against documentation). Read it here

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