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rondale_sc — 10 posts

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Vimscript And You!  blog.hashrocket.com
Just wrote a article outlining how to TDD a Vim plugin with Vimrunner and Rspec.
Vimscript and You!.
Just wrote an article that explains some of the basic concepts of SSL and how to implement SSL in Ruby

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Very excited to share this latest library! Image Viewer Rails

It's a rails engine that let's you set up a modal image viewer quickly and painlessly. Using it with forms (for data entry) is where it really shines.

The javascript library that the engine serves is tested in coffee-script, but written in Javascript. View a live demo, and docs via the link at the top of the README. Learned a lot, and had a great time putting this together. Hope you find it useful.
Pry 102: Advanced Features  jonathan-jackson.net
Give this link a click if you are interested in learning more about the advanced features of the ruby REPL Pry. Pry 102
I just pushed my latest version here: EspnRb. You should check out my blog post introducing you to the library, have fun.
Life in a shade of ruby  jonathan-jackson.net
I just posted an article about my rendition of Conway's Game of Life in Ruby, you should read it here.
String Theory  jonathan-jackson.net
Is a double or single quoted string faster. Click Here to see what I found.
Make the most of your Tweet  jonathan-jackson.net
Here I'll show you how to integrate google's url shortening service with Twitter's tweet button to help make your site's tweet a little more friendly. Make the Most of your Tweet.
Hippo: Your friend for 5010  jonathan-jackson.net
HIPAA 5010 can be quite overwhelming at first. The complexity the X12 people have fit into a simple flat file consisting a string separated by tildes is very impressive. However, now you have hippo. A DSL to create and read transactions sets in pure ruby!
Hippo: your friend for 5010
Ruby Loves Sass  jonathan-jackson.net
I just posted ruby loves sass. make a grid in SCSS and learn how well ruby and sass play together.