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#112 - mar 29th 2015

Look

Examples of UI/UX, graphic performance, web design and flashy things.
Plastibionic design
Website of a design studio. The pull-to-load at the bottom is quite clever.

Install

A selection of gems or applications updated during past week.
Crono rb
A time-based background job scheduler daemon for Rails.
DeviceDetector rb
Fast user agent parser with an extensive database.
Attestor rb
Validations and policies for immutable Ruby objects.
Variables rb
Variable objects for class and instance variables.
Artoo rb
Robotics framework in Ruby with support for 15 different platforms.
Circulus.svg css3
Circular menu generator, that lets you generate an SVG menu.
PageSpeed Insights web
Sites with faster performance do better in search results.

Read

From the blogosphere or news feeds ...
Upcoming changes in Rails 5.0 mar 23 rb
Changes that are confirmed to be in the new version.
Only Grab the Files You Need While Using Bower mar 23 css3
Bower brings some sanity to the multitudes of frontend packages that can be used in your application.
Aesthetic Sass 1: Architecture and Style Organization mar 24 css3
Improve the organization of both stylesheet files and styles within these stylesheets.
Playing with Constants, Methods, and Superclasses mar 24 rb
Did you know that you can have a constant and a method with the exact same name, and they won’t collide?
Toolkit: A Front-End Framework for the Modern Web mar 24 web
Front-end framework that provides a collection of user interface components and utility classes.
I like to keep my Promises mar 25 js
Why and how to use promises in Javascript.
Building a Custom Right-Click (Context) Menu with JavaScript mar 25 js
A menu that appears upon user interaction, such as a right-click mouse operation.
Numeric Inputs – A Comparison of Browser Defaults mar 25 js
How browsers handles input with type number.
Choose a Random Option based on a Range mar 26 js
Random, but not equally random.
Different Collection Types in Ruby mar 26 rb
Most known to least known collection types in Ruby.
A template engine in less than 30 lines of code mar 26 rb
Template engines are really simple once you look inside.
Devise Authentication in Depth mar 26 rb
Second article in a Devise series, which dives into authentication customization.
Performance Issue Considerations for Microservices APIs mar 26 ops
When architecture slides to microservices, logging and monitoring require a new kind of attention.
Why Baidu was hijacked to attack GitHub mar 27 web
Explanation of the Github DDoS incident of the week.
Toward a Better Markdown Tutorial mar 28 web
It is surprising when technical people say they don't know Markdown.

Watch

Screencasts and conferences videos, or other video feeds ...
MountainWest JavaScript 2015 (15 videos) mar 27 js
It happened in early march, confreaks just uploaded the videos.
Links curated by mose (publisher), xenor, tysliu (editors) .

Rant

The random rant of the week by mose.

Green Ruby New Generation

We had this week a very productive meeting with xenor and tysliu in our preferred coffee shop. I explained more in detail my workflow and my quality criterias. So now they can feed the links section and become the major editors of Green Ruby. I Still keep the role of the publisher. I get their links, I clean up stuff, verify freshness and reachability, remove superlatives, fix category if needed.

Special thanks a lot to Xenor and Tysliu (aka. Simon). Now they do the heavy lifting and they are the reason why Green Ruby is still in your mailbox every week.

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