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#161 - mar 6th 2016

Look

Examples of UI/UX, graphic performance, web design and flashy things.
UnWanted design
A creative campaign by the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.

Use

Web applications, resources and tools, available for making our life easier or funnier.
Hamburgers css3
Tasty CSS-animated hamburgers
remote-jobs web
A list of semi to fully remote-friendly companies in tech
Super Markup World web
A platformer where you solve puzzles using HTML and CSS.

Install

A selection of gems or applications updated during past week.
Rails 4.2.5.2, 4.1.14.2 and 3.2.22.2 feb 19 rb
Another security release, don't miss this one.
Acorn-cache rb
A lightweight Ruby HTTP proxy caching library.
Date_validator rb
A simple, ORM agnostic, Ruby 1.9+ compatible date validator for Rails, based on ActiveModel.
Kramdown rb
A Ruby Markdown converter, using a strict syntax definition and supporting several common extensions.
Origami.js js
HTML5 Canvas for Humans.
Trunc-html js
Truncate html by text length
Intro.js js
For new feature introduction and step-by-step users guide for your website and project.
Electronic-wechat js
WeChat client on Mac OS X and Linux.
Reality tool
Comprehensive data proxy to knowledge about real world
Electron tool
Build cross platform desktop apps with web technologies
System-bus-radio tool
This program transmits radio on computers without radio transmitting hardware.
GitKraken tool
The downright luxurious Git client for Windows, Mac and Linux.
Cpustat ops
high frequency performance measurements for Linux

Read

From the blogosphere or news feeds ...
Ruby Spaceship <=> Operator feb 28 rb
Some details about the weird comparison operator.
How DHH organizes his Rails controllers feb 28 rb
Splitting controllers when app grows, makes things easier.
Turbolinks vs the Virtual DOM feb 28 rb
Some benchmarks to the help.
The Majestic Monolith feb 29 rb
A rant of DHH against monoliths.
How to Deploy Software mar 1 ops
High-level aspects of deployment: collaboration, safety, and pace, the long version.
DROWN Attack mar 1 ops
What is DROWN Attack? More than 11 million HTTPS websites vulnerable to OpenSSL vulnerability.
HTTP vs IPFS: is Peer-to-Peer Sharing the Future of the Web? mar 1 web
IPFS is an attempt to solve some of the problems with our current internet architecture.
Thread Pool - A Ruby Antihero mar 2 rb
Understanding a fundamental Ruby abstraction for concurrency
Surrogate WebSockets Alongside Rails mar 2 el
Elixir's productive tooling to build out a WebSocket microservice.
Improve the Smell of Your Code with Microrefactorings mar 3 rb
If you want to get better at refactoring, applying the process at the micro level can make it easier to start dealing with it in larger, more chaotic systems.
Off-The-Shelf Hacker: A First Look at the Raspberry Pi 3 mar 5 web
Inexpensive, 64-bit capable hardware has come to the physical computing stack.
Links curated by mose (publisher), xenor, tysliu (editors), Nauman Tariq, hsatac (contributors) .

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