#202 - dec 18th 2016


Examples of UI/UX, graphic performance, web design and flashy things.
Residente design
A great visual-musical exploration website.


Web applications, resources and tools, available for making our life easier or funnier.
Never again web
Today we stand together to say: not on our watch, and never again.
Peekier tool
Another way to search the web, safely and visually.
Awesome NLP with Ruby rb
Resources, libraries, information sources about computational processing of texts in human languages with Ruby.
Text Emoticon Creator tool
The ultimate useless tool that you can't live without.


A selection of gems or applications updated during past week.
Ruby 2.4.0-rc1 Released dec 12 rb
Features include hash table improvements, unifying fixnum and bignum, support for unicode mapping any many more.
Seeing Is Believing rb
Evaluates Ruby code, recording the results of each line.
Gitql tool
A git query language.
Sikuli Script tool
Uses image recognition to identify and control GUI components.
sidekiq-superworker rb
Directed acyclic graphs of Sidekiq jobs.
Enum_transitions rb
ActiveRecord::Enum transition validations.
Hyper js
A terminal built on web technologies.
Database_flusher rb
Tiny and fast database cleaner.


From the blogosphere or news feeds ...
Common Rails Security Pitfalls and Their Solutions dec 12 rb
It’s important to understand common (and less common) security pitfalls that you may encounter.
How to make your Ruby code work on Windows PCs dec 12 rb
Sometimes it is unavoidable.
Keeping Data in Sync with ActiveRecord::UpdatedAt dec 13 rb
ActiveRecord does not touch updated_at by default when calling certain methods.
Prefer DEFER Over ASYNC dec 14 js
Frequently, I notice this blocking JavaScript is loaded with the ASYNC tag.
All the talks from Systems We Love dec 15 ops
Details of the talks of the most interesting conference of the year.
Design Patterns in Ruby dec 17 rb
Smmary of design patterns from the book Design Patterns in Ruby (by Russ Olsen)
20 Years of CSS dec 17 css3
On December 17, 1996, W3C published the first standard for CSS.
Why three-tier support should be replaced with Swarming dec 17 ops
The 3-tier support structure is ubiquitous in ITSM, but it is fundamentally at odds with DevOps principles. Swarming is a better answer.


Screencasts and conferences videos, or other video feeds ...
Systems We Love (8h52) dec 13 ops
20 systems, crazy high quality talks.
Links curated by xenor (publisher), tysliu, mose (editors), Nauman Tariq (contributors) .

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.