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#216 - mar 26th 2017

Use

Web applications, resources and tools, available for making our life easier or funnier.
Developer-roadmap tool
Roadmap to becoming a web developer in 2017.

Install

A selection of gems or applications updated during past week.
Gokrazy go
A pure-Go userland for Raspberry Pi 3 appliances.
Across-tabs js
Easily communicate among browser tabs(supports cross-origin).
Invoker rb
An utility to manage processes in development environment.
Netlify-cms js
A CMS for Static Site Generators.
Pijul tool
A new version control system written in Rust.
MoveTo js
A lightweight scroll animation javascript library without any dependency.
Keyshape design
Create animations for the web.
Polychrome js
Compact color manipulation utility.

Read

From the blogosphere or news feeds ...
Rails GEMS Vulnerable to CSRF Show Vulnerability Disclosure in Open-Source Projects Needs a Re-Think mar 20 rb
Make sure gems are up-to-date is not enough to get rid of vulnerability.
Building Documentation with Gulp, Docco and LiveReload mar 21 rb
A documentation generator to convert the source files into a website.
Config: Behavior versus Credentials mar 21 rb
An application doesn’t have one type of configuration, it has two.
Why we ended up not using Rails for our new JSON API mar 21 rb
Experiences on refactoring an old Rails application.
Ruby 2.4.1 Released: What’s Changed mar 23 rb
Most of the changes are fixes for regressions.
The New ‘Absent Operator’ in Ruby’s Regular Expressions mar 23 rb
Ruby 2.4.1 was released this week and included an upgrade to its underlying regular expression engine, Onigmo.
Links curated by xenor (publisher), tysliu (editors), lincoln, lulalala, mose, Nauman Tariq (contributors) .

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