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#191 - oct 2nd 2016

Look

Examples of UI/UX, graphic performance, web design and flashy things.
Google Web Fonts Typographic Project design
This collaborative, ongoing project offers inspiration for using Google’s font library

Use

Web applications, resources and tools, available for making our life easier or funnier.
The Complete Guide to Rails Performance rb
(book) full-stack course to make Ruby on Rails applications faster, more scalable, and simpler to maintain
Figma design
Collaborative interface design tool.
text-spinners css3
This project tries to mimic command line spinners like those from cli-spinners and bring them to the web.
Jpeg.io tool
Convert any major image format into a highly optimized JPEG
Todo-Backend tool
a shared example to showcase backend tech stacks
Opentest tool
A Chrome extension for easy video creation and sharing.
Security blogs ops
A list of security blogs.
SourceClear ops
Automatic security scanning of your open source dependencies, hooked right into your build tools and repositories.

Install

A selection of gems or applications updated during past week.
Formular rb
Form builder for Ruby. Fast, Furious, and Framework-Agnostic.
Babushka rb
Tool for automating computing chores. test-driven sysadmin.
DecentExposure rb
A helper for creating declarative interfaces in controllers
SitemapGenerator rb
Framework-agnostic XML Sitemap generator written in Ruby with automatic Rails integration.
Searchkick rb
Intelligent search made easy with Rails and Elasticsearch
Publify rb
A self hosted Web publishing platform on Rails.
MetaTags rb
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for Ruby on Rails applications.
ActiveJob::Retriable rb
Automatically retry failed ActiveJobs
Trado rb
Lightweight, easy to use ecommerce platform.
fastlane mobile
The easiest way to automate building and releasing your iOS and Android apps
Choreographer-js js
A simple library to take care of complex CSS animations.
Cleanslate css3
Extreme CSS reset stylesheet.

Read

From the blogosphere or news feeds ...
Decoding Rails Magic: How Does ActiveJob Work? sep 25 rb
ActiveJob, which provides extra layer on top of background jobs framework.
Create a Single Page App With Go, Echo and Vue sep 26 go
Create a speedy single page application using the power of Go and VueJS
Rebase and merge pull requests sep 26 tool
Use the merge button to rebase and merge your changes on Github PRs.
Concurrency in Ruby 3 with Guilds sep 27 rb
A proposal for a new concurrent and parallel mechanism in Ruby called Guilds.
Introducing Tensorflow Ruby API sep 27 rb
TensorFlow is an extraordinary open source software library for numerical computation using data flow graphs.
Simple Authentication for one user in Rails sep 29 rb
For really simple website where admin is just one person, using authentication gem like Devise may be overkill.
Karafka 0.5.0 release details sep 29 rb
Ruby + Kafka framework, after one year of work.
PostgreSQL 9.6 sep 29 ops
Parallel query, synchronous replication improvements, phrase search, and improvements to performance and usability
45 Ruby Blogs sep 30 rb
A list of recently active ruby blogs.
What does it mean when code is easy to reason about? sep 30 js
Critically think about code and write programs that are easier to reason about.
Vue 2.0 oct 1 js
Official release of Vue.js 2.0: Ghost in the Shell. After 8 alphas, 8 betas and 8 rcs.
Parallel rendering in Rails oct 2 rb
Using Pagelets.
Links curated by mose (publisher), tysliu (editors), nauman, hsatac (contributors) .

Rant

The random rant of the week by mose.

I'm in holidays

Great occasion to kick thunderbird byebye and spend some time on configuring my mutt to make it real again, after 6 years of click-click for mail. I was a mutt user for a very long time, and my pause for trying a GUI mail client just had to have an end. But the mail has clearly become something else now. Actually much more volume, but much more automated things, and news feeds. Or it's just me?

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