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- Explore the changes made to the last release of Rails 5.1.5 compared to v5.1.4. The changes for each gem can be found in the changelogs on GitHub.
- When choosing the technology for a better productivity, latency, uptime, extendability etc. you need to know all the alternatives. Compare different deployment strategies for Elixir Phoenix – Heroku.
- How difficult is it to package a React Component for distribution via NPM? This will take much longer than you think. But this step-by-step instruction will help you to speed up the process.
- To debug memory usage in Ruby you can use one of Reducing String duplication techniques like using constants or dynamic string deduplication.
- If you are a beginner in React, you may find some of the packages for faster React and Redux development helpful in debugging or visualizing various abstract parts of your app.
- The next link is for curious developers. However, if you know the inception of some tools, it will definitely make you wiser and more skillful developer. Read the origin story of ESLint.
- What are the FIPS for Erlang & Elixir Systems? FIPS or Federal Information Processing Standards are a set of standards to provide a means to govern and control how computer systems inter-operate in industry approved. If you didn’t know, there is a set of standards for hardware, applications, operations…
- Most programming languages have support for variables. But sadly, CSS has lacked support for native variables from the very beginning. Find out more about CSS variables here.
- Enjoy marvelous examples of UI animations going from good to great.
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