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#224 - may 21st 2017

Look

Examples of UI/UX, graphic performance, web design and flashy things.
Chackathon design
Scroll and reveal effect with elegant.

Use

Web applications, resources and tools, available for making our life easier or funnier.
Mavo web
Turns HTML into a featureful web application.
Kolide ops
Make all infrastructure services like a queryable database.

Install

A selection of gems or applications updated during past week.
Polyfill rb
Polyfill implements newer Ruby features into older versions.
Obnoxious.css css3
Animations for the strong of heart, and weak of mind.
Structured-data-sniffer js
A plugin for Chrome, Firefox and Opera browsers that detects and shows structured data embedded in web pages.
Cuckoo_filter rb
Pure Ruby cuckoo filter implementation.
Workbox js
A collection of JavaScript libraries for progressive web apps.
Data-Pixels js
Create pixel art programmatically.
Microtip css3
Css only lightweight tooltip library.

Read

From the blogosphere or news feeds ...
SINATRA TWO POINT OH! may 15 rb
Major feature include compatibility with Rails 5.
How Etsy Ships Apps may 15 web
Deploying code should be easy. It should happen often, and it should involve its engineers.
Fighting the Hydra of N+1 queries may 15 rb
We should prevent N+1 from the very beginning in our application’s test coverage.
Ruby Backend Performance Getting Started Guide may 17 rb
Always benchmarking.
User Facing State may 19 css3
All dynamic components of an application have a default user-facing state, and that state needs to be stored and updated as users interact with these components.
5 Pry Features Every Ruby Developer Should Know may 20 rb
Pry is much more than a tool for setting a breakpoint though. It is a great tool for exploring code interactively.
[S]OLID - Single Responsibility Principle by example may 20 rb
The general idea here is to have 3 reusable classes instead of 1 class with 4 responsibilities.
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