It’s fast, simple and easy to use. http.rb is an HTTP client library for Ruby that has a fresh start, without the Net::HTTP baggage. Here in Syndicode, we use Ruby every day and really can make the list of recommended Ruby gems. Have you ever heard of http.rb?
All of us like when the path is investigated and the lessons are learned. When you have no need to adopt new rules and rely on your own skills. But that is the way you will never learn anything new. That is why every talented developer has to leave the nest of his or her first successful workplace. Not because it’s bad, but because there is the need to move on. Let’s move on with our new ‘Syndicode Digest #62 – Wonderful nidicolous’!
It is said that Ruby was created for a developer’s delight. And developers love to have fun! So why can’t we add some emoji to our Ruby code? Actually, we can! This is a real collection of emoji aliases for core Ruby methods!
‘Ruby is simple in appearance, but is very complex inside, just like our human body’. This quote by Yukihiro Matsumoto, the chief designer of Ruby, means a lot for Rubyists. Ruby is intuitive and beautiful but has many work secrets that you don’t realize. And knowing them will obviously make you a better developer, because if you know how it works – you’re able not only using it but are empowered to improve it! Here we collected for you some tips and methods to write a better Ruby code. Read and use!
Attention, ladies, and gentlemen! The support of Ruby 2.2 has ended! After one year has passed since the release of Ruby 2.2.7 the phase of security maintenance phase for Ruby 2.2 has ended. If you’re still on Ruby 2.2, it’s time to upgrade, preferably to 2.5 but at least to 2.4 as Ruby 2.3’s support will end too in March 2019.
As a relatively new company, founded in 2014, Syndicode wanted to become the best at creating digital products as soon as we started up. We are a team of dedicated and knowledgeable engineers coming up with efficient and effective solutions for businesses in almost any industry. As a result, we are extremely proud to announce our inclusion in Clutch’s annual report of the top B2B companies in Ukraine.
History repeats itself. And we sometimes come back to the already forgotten basics that might seem actual as never before. Moreover, things we had at the start might be even more reliable than their promising modifications. However, the world is moving forward and we happy about nowadays inventions. But what will happen if one day Earth’s magnetic field will stop working? If it happens our ‘Syndicode Digest #60 – Atavism adopter’ will no longer be available for you to read. So enjoy it now!
As our materials about ‘Elixir vs Ruby – where to use?‘ and recent ‘Pros and cons of functional programming‘ resonated with many of you we decided to share the next interesting article today! We found Sihui Huang thoughts on the first impressions of Elixir from a Rubyist’s Perspective quite reasonable and highlighted some key points for you!
Our new ‘Syndicode Digest #59 – Intrusive code’ will be a real lighthouse for the lost developers. If you feel desperation and disappointment – you wrong! Because every effort you made, even if you can’t see the result for a long time, makes you closer to your goal. Even if you don’t know what your goal is yet. Keep trying and never give up!
You probably already know that in contrast to debugging non-containerized apps in production, running a process in a container makes debugging a bit harder. If you use Kubernetes, these are some good tips on debugging Ruby processes in Kubernetes.