#194 - oct 23th 2016


Web applications, resources and tools, available for making our life easier or funnier.
Awesome-frontend design
Just a list of links.
Dockbit ops
Software deployments into repeatable, manageable workflows.
Dirty COW ops
CVE-2016-5195, a very nasty Linux kernel vuln. With a name, a website, and a logo, again


A selection of gems or applications updated during past week.
Procodile rb
Procodile is a bit like Foreman but things are designed to run in the background.
EM Midori rb
EM Midori is an EventMachine-based Web Framework written in pure Ruby, providing high performance and proper abstraction.
sql_tracker rb
Rails SQL Query Tracker
i18n_yaml_sorter rb
An I18n YAML deep sorter that keeps locales organized without messing text formating
errdo rb
A simple plugin to handle, log, and customize production errors in Rails applications


From the blogosphere or news feeds ...
Learn Ruby Metaprogramming for Great Good oct 17 rb
A clean example of good metaprogramming in Ruby.
Running Ruby apps in production oct 17 rb
Procodile is an easy to use and understand solution for Ruby developers who just want to define a process list and type start to get it up and running without any fuss.
How to Manage Application Secrets in EC2 oct 17 tool
Amazon's Key Management Service (KMS) provides an API for interacting with encryption keys.
When To Be Concerned About Concerns oct 18 rb
Once our chunk of behavior starts pushing the scroll-to-understand-it boundary, we give in and move it to a separate file.
How we deploy at npm oct 19 js
Here’s how we deploy node services at npm: git push origin +master:deploy-production


Screencasts and conferences videos, or other video feeds ...
EuRuKo 2016 - Day 1 Keynote by Yukihiro Matz Matsumoto oct 19 rb
What about on Ruby 3.
Links curated by mose (publisher), xenor, tysliu (editors), nauman, hsatac (contributors) .


The random rant of the week by mose.

lotta news, small energy

Yeah look around, there are much more news this week, comon. But this week I just didn't feel like it. So this edition is limited to some contributions.

Have an excellent week!

Green Ruby News was a feed of fresh links of the week about ruby, javascript, webdev, devops, collected by mose, xenor and tysliu every sunday.