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The Secret Sauce of Hassle-Free SPAs

I’d been a happy Ruby on Rails developer for years when I started playing around with SPAs. Server-rendered HTML with sprinkles of jQuery worked well for most of my projects, but some parts were getting too complex. That’s when my React journey began. [more inside]

Troubleshooting Encoding Errors in Ruby

Text encoding is fundamental to programming. Web sites, user data, and even the code we write are all text. When encoding breaks, it can feel like the floor is falling out from under you. You’re cast into a dimension of bitmasks and codepoints. Logs and backtraces are useless. You consider trading your text editor for a hex editor. But there’s hope! In this article, Jose Manuél will show us how encoding errors happen, how they’re expressed in Ruby, and how to troubleshoot them. So the next time one of these errors lands on your desk, you’ll be in a better position to handle it.

Simple Code

To make meaningful progress, you have to get things done. To increase the rate at which things get done, you have to make doing easier. [more inside]

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