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.
We are here again with some new information about Ruby gems. Pagy 2.0 is the ultimate pagination Ruby gem. Works with all Rack-based frameworks and is storage/ORM agnostic. 2.0 improves i18n support, is faster, and works on more versions of Ruby than before.
As there are no perfect things in this world, there are multiple vulnerabilities in RubyGems bundled by Ruby, and we just shared with you the news about RubyGems 3.0.0 package manager release. But today here we are again with some news. Good ones! RubyGems updated due to some vulnerabilities, so we recommend you change it to the latest stable version.
If you have done anything with Rails at all, you’re probably familiar with the Rake command. Rake is a task runner in Ruby. It allows you to define a list of other tasks that must run before the current task. While it might sound complicated, let’s take a look at it together.
If you use Ruby, this article is just for you! There are multiple vulnerabilities in RubyGems bundled by Ruby. And today we are going to look closer to one of it – Flipper Ruby gem for enabling/disabling features or parts of your app.
Have you ever wondered how it all started? We’ve already shared with you an interesting material on how developers change programming languages over time. And today let’s take a closer look at the brief history of programming languages in different periods of time.
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You will never obtain all the knowledge in the world. But you can absorb several small portions of it. In this article, we are describing how to register Transfer Language (RTL) for CRuby. Introducing a Register Transfer Language (RTL) to the CRuby VM turned out to be an even harder task than introducing the initial JIT compiler. The required changes to the VM are far more invasive than the ones needed for the JIT compiler.