Monthly trending Ruby on Rails repositories. February, 13. Syndicode Rails digest

Monthly trending Ruby on Rails repositories. February, 13

Can you imagine that our Rails digest celebrates one year! On February 5 in 2018 we started our (weekly at first) regular issues with the most interesting Rails/Ruby projects on GitHub. Now it transformed into monthly trending Ruby on Rails repositories digest and can deliver more of interesting tools and solutions for your use. What can be more awesome than a chance to do less work with better performance? This time, on February 13 of 2019, you will read about e-commerce solutions, Rails security, row sorting library, testing Rails engines and other great RoR projects on GitHub!

Get to know Pry Ruby gem. Syndicode news

Get to know Pry Ruby gem

Pry is an IRB alternative and runtime developer console. Pry features syntax highlighting, a flexible plugin architecture, runtime invocation and source, and documentation browsing. This is a powerful alternative to the standard IRB shell for Ruby. While Pry-Rails was included in the list of the most used Ruby gems of all the time, we’d like you to know that it heavily depends on Pry. And today we want you to get to know Pry Ruby gem.

All about Ruby: tools, peculiarities and tips. Syndicode news

All about Ruby: tools, peculiarities, and tips

As Ruby on Rails agency we always keep an eye on Ruby updates and tips our community shares. Despite we’ve already shown you the main benefits why you should choose Ruby for your next project, whenever is it a marketplace, MVP or a web app, we’ve got more to share! This time, in one single article you’ll find everything you wanted to know! No need to search further, because here you have all about Ruby: tools, peculiarities, and tips. And more! Enjoy!

Create Ruby Gem with native extensions. Syndicode news

Create Ruby Gem with native extensions

This tutorial was published on Tristan Penman’s blog as the result of the author’s experiment on improving the performance and reducing a memory usage of a data structure he implemented using Ruby. He has been reimplementing the core functionality in C++, exposing it to Ruby via a native extension. Let’s follow Tristan and investigate the way to create Ruby Gem with native extensions!