Awesome news for Ruby on Rails fans! CanCanCan 3.0 is here! RoR authorization framework got updated and we can’t be silent about it. It has been almost two years since the release of version 2.0, so it will have some new exciting features that we will share with you in this post.
Maybe you remember Rubyfmt, a Ruby autoformatter that we shared with you in our blog. In the Ruby community the seek for the One True Formatter has been going on for quite a while and at this point, there are already several projects to choose from. Let’s explore them and try to find out what Ruby code formatter to choose?
“I always knew that one day smalltalk would replace Java. I just didn’t know it would be called Ruby.” Now we know! There are so many things to tell about Ruby that nobody can stop us. Today let’s go into exploring Ruby memoization and the alternatives with us.
Did you hear this awesome news? That AWS Lambda now supports Ruby! And we can’t leave you just with that information. We demand more knowledge! We’re excited to share the announcement that Amazon Transcribe Streaming Transcription Support in the AWS SDK for Ruby.
When you hear the word Ruby, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Some of its advantages? Or the list of projects that were developed using Ruby? For us, Ruby is the language of choice, so we can’t be indifferent when we’ve got something new to tell you. Undercover is a new Ruby gem for code coverage that we eager to show you in this article.
There is not a week without Ruby topics. Ruby 2.7 is coming out this December, as with all modern releases, but it’s already some information available on what vital things to expect from this version! As for example, we’d like to talk about Numbered Parameters for Ruby 2.7.
You could have noticed already that Ruby is our language of choice. It’s too awesome not to use it! And we are never tired of reminding you that. But it seems we never told you about Rubyfmt before. We will try to fix that in today’s article. Rubyfmt is a Ruby autoformatter that we want to share with you.
Ruby is not only a fun language, but it also comes with an excellent standard library. Some of which are not that known, and are almost hidden Gems. Today we’ll pay attention to one of them. StringScanner Ruby gem provides lexical scanning operations on a string.
Syndicode is extremely happy to invite you to RubyC-2019! RubyC is the European conference devoted to Ruby, Rails, and other related technologies hosted annually by Svitla Systems in Kyiv, Ukraine. Every year, the conference attracts almost 400 participants and 14 brilliant speakers who exchange knowledge, discuss trends, and share learnings about innovations that transform our work and lives for the better. Today RubyC-2019 announces first speakers!
We just presented you 40 most used Ruby gems that can be very helpful for you. And today we are going to pay more attention to the one that’s called Dry-rb, a set of interesting Ruby gems that you can use to solve specific design problems in your code. Dry-rb is composed of over 18 Ruby gems that can work together or by themselves.