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Lightweight middleware notifications

Have you ever done something like the code bellow?

<!-- html content here... --> <body> <% if Rails.env.development? %> <div style="position: fixed; top: 0; right: 0; left: 0;">Development mode</div> <% end %> <!-- html content here... -->

Well, I did it a lot until I made a super lightweight gem that hooks into the Rack::Middleware and does the same thing.

It can hook up on any statement that returns true or false.

The notification message and the CSS can also be easily customised.

You can read more here.

Happy further coding!

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