What commits and refactoring do to your code? This is a picture describing what is happening in real life. Or, let’s say, expectations vs results and satisfaction…
Watch this beautiful visualization of Ruby commits history starting from 1998! Recently Ruby turned 25, and we want you to watch this video with Ruby 25 years of commits visualization!
Syndicode does always care about good design! And if we find some great tools to provide better solutions and easy to use, we share them with you. In this case, it doesn’t matter whatever you a designer, CTO, manager or a programmer. Because all of us can use CSS Gradient website for beautiful color flows.
Since Ruby v.2.5.0 arrived there were a lot of talks about its features and improvements. But one thing left unattended. We’d like to fix this awkward moment and introduce you branch coverage feature in Ruby 2.5.0!
On February 24, 1993, before any code had been written for the language, the name “Ruby” originated. So, despite the first public release of Ruby 0.95 was announced on Japanese domestic newsgroups on December 21, 1995… Ruby’s birthday is on Feb, 24. And two days ago Ruby turned 25!
Active Storage is a Rails 5.2 gem that makes it easy to handle file uploads to the storage services. Let’s talk about the actual code you can use to handle file uploads to storage services from Amazon, Google, and Microsoft. Syndicode found for you the tutorial on using Active Storage on Rails 5.2.
To be honest, developers love to refactor. Even if they say they don’t. Despite code refactoring aimed to make your project better, you shouldn’t go ahead improving what you’ve done just because “you can”. To save your money, time and resources, we’d like to share with you some points to consider refactoring and describe situations when you don’t really need it. 3 reasons to refactor your code are here for you.
As the agency which took Ruby as the language of choice, Syndicode always tracks the best practices and useful materials on this topic. Last time we told you about The Template Method in Ruby. And today we’re going to share with you an information on how to structure your code in Ruby.
As a GitHub community member, you probably spend there a lot of time. But do you know all the possibilities of this repository? It has some non-obvious features to make your work even better and faster than you think. In order to raise your productivity, you have to explore and use all GitHub features.
Despite we support the idea of simplifying our life with different hacks and tools, we know that sometimes harder way can bring you much more. We bet, that most of you refused even to think of Vim: “Come on. Why should we if there are Atom and Sublime?” And that makes a sense. But if you dare, this text editor will make you a high-professional and fast developer. Don’t be afraid of Vim!