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Hello, thanks to Frank Taillandier (@DirtyF) and friends for the latest (and greatest) updates. Jekyll 4.0.0 Upcoming! First Alpha Pre-Release Out! Faster Built Times (Thanks to Caching and More), Many Bug Fixes & Updates and Much More. What’s Jekyll? The World’s #1 (Static) Website Compiler (Yes, in Ruby). Cheers. Prost. PS: For more Jekyll News Bytes, see @PlanetJekyll.
Ruby on Rails is almost 15 years old but it’s nowhere close to passing on from the world of programming. While no longer among the most popular, Ruby on Rails is still widely used in 2019, offering maturity, stability, and high code quality. Let’s see what else makes this framework a good choice for your project in 2019–https://hi.monterail.co/2HszTjo
There many well-known web development languages as Python, PHP, and Ruby that have been successfully used by developers for a long time. There has recently been brought a new technology that is being thoroughly discussed which is called the Elixir programming language. [more inside]
How well do you know the public, private and protected access in Ruby? Do you REALLY know the details? 🤔 Dive deeper into the nuances in our latest blog post - https://bit.ly/2UHsXSB
Let’s explore how routing works under the hood in Rails. How does a web request make it all the way to your Rails controller?
Previously, we have trained a really simple model that was predicting income level between “<= 50K” and “> 50K”. It was a very simple classification problem for which we could use Sklearn-porter to generate Ruby code based on the trained model. This time I decided to pick a more complicated dataset for regression problem. To complicate the project a little bit more and make it look more like “real-life”, we implement Sklearn’s pipeline that will transform the data into the shape expected by an estimator. Let’s implement PalmSpringsBnB that is able to suggest a list of prices based on information about the property.
Jesus Castello talks about the Roda Framework, its uses and stats around its performance. https://www.driftingruby.com/episodes/interview-with-jesus-castello
Hello, I’m restarting (and updating) the Gem of the Week Series that highlights a new ruby library every week on Thursdays. Let’s welcome the hexapdf gem / library and command line tools - read and write PDF documents; start from zero or merge, extract, optimize and much more. Thanks to Thomas Leitner for the write-up (and the great gem). Happy coding with ruby. Cheers. Prost.
Ruby apps can use a lot of memory. But why? Various people in the community attribute it to memory fragmentation, and provide two “hacky” solutions. Dissatisfied by the current explanations and provided solutions, I set out on a journey to discover the deeper truth and to find better solutions.
Core RoR member and GitHub engineer Aaron Patterson is hosting an AMA session on Hashnode today.
Rails has find_or_create_by, find_by and similar methods to create and find the records matching the specified conditions. Rails was missing similar feature for deleting/destroying the record(s). This blog covers how this problem was solved in Rails 6.
Introducing Lamby. Simple Rails & AWS Lambda Integration using Rack. The goal of this project is to provide minimal code along with comprehensive documentation to get your Rails application running under AWS Lambda. https://technology.customink.com/blog/2019/03/13/rails-on-aws-lambda-with-sam/
I’ve been refactoring my existing apps from jQuery snippets to Stimulus controllers, and I thought it’d be helpful to put down some of the patterns I found. https://johnbeatty.co/2019/03/13/convert-your-jquery-snippet-to-a-stimulus-controller/