“The code you write makes you a programmer. The code you delete makes you a good one. The code you don’t have to write makes you a great one.” Speaking of code, we can’t restrict from telling you about Visual Studio Code. More exactly, about remote development with VS Code. Yes, Syndicode knows some hacks!
On March 30 we found out that the ‘request’ module is going into Maintenance Mode. This popular and long standing module for Node apps is considered hard to change and modernize without breaking things. That is why ‘request’ Node module for HTTP requests is going into Maintenance Mode. Meet its alternatives!
It can happen sometimes that you work with Elixir and then you want to benchmark something. So, what will you use? We have a hint for you. Benchee is a library for micro benchmarking in Elixir that allows you to compare the performance of different pieces of code at a glance.
Despite, there’s not much projects in Elixir nowadays developed in Ukraine, we believe that Elixir’s features will make it very popular soon. That’s why we seriously considering the practical use of Elixir for JS developers and for Rubyists. One of the main reasons for that is Elixir concurrency. And today we are going to explore with you the Elixir Concurrency example and put it in practice. Are you ready?
For Node.js to grow and evolve, the contributors need to keep researching, experimenting and adding new features. And we need to write about them. Most of the significant Node.js features were first experimental…
Using Rails you can sometimes face some tricky situations. For example, the normal flow of visiting a website is that you load a page and if you want to see new information you have to either reload the page to update it or click a link to visit a different page. But what if you don’t want this page to reload? This is where AJAX comes in. In this article, we would tell you about using AJAX with Rails.
We just presented you 40 most used Ruby gems that can be very helpful for you. And today we are going to discuss the validation of the structure and basic checks, which is meant to ensure that given data input is safe to work with. So, yes, today’s post will be about dry-schema Ruby gem in details.