You should have already read our article about using Vue.js as a frontend for Rails. We are big fans of Vue.js, so today we prepared something special for you. Let us introduce you an interesting project that will help to find and meet Vue.js people on Earth. Now you will know if there’s any Vue.js developer nearby to contact. Explore VuePeople lists and connects Vue.JS developers around the world!
This is the scope of the latest weekly most popular JS repositories. Marvelous dandelion flower is the real symbol of the start of the summer. Start your summer with these open source projects that can significantly simplify your work! In our new JS digest, you’ll find game of programming and AI, bot creation tool, console logger, a tool that automates visual regression, JS implementation of git and many more neat projects… Explore and enjoy!
Meet the new web component – < css-doodle /> for drawing patterns with CSS! It generates a grid of divs by the rules (plain CSS) inside it. You can easily manipulate those cells using CSS to come up with a graphic pattern or an animated graph. The limit is the limit of CSS itself.
The new tool in the house! Cilium is API-aware networking and security for containers. It is an open source software for providing and transparently securing network connectivity and load balancing between application workloads such as application containers or processes.
Nowadays people can hardly imagine themselves without smartphones. How many times have you been away but replied to your Slack work channel like you’re at work? Well, technically you were at work because you did all the stuff you needed using your phone. Except coding, of course. And there’s no escape from your chats, workflows, connections, and notifications unless you turn off your phone. But you will never do this! Right? By the way, is there a chance you’re reading our ‘Syndicode Digest #55 – Wakeful telephone’ on your smartphone?
Byebug debugger for Ruby 2 is simple to use and feature rich. It uses the TracePoint API for execution control and the Debug Inspector API for call stack navigation, so it doesn’t depend on internal core sources. It’s developed as a C extension, so it’s fast. And it has a full test suite so it’s reliable.
Following the topic of splitting your Rails application using microservices, we decided to make a review for the most popular microservices categories. That is how we found the list of 6 microservice patterns for better development.