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#207 - jan 22nd 2017

Look

Examples of UI/UX, graphic performance, web design and flashy things.
Vermont design
Nice site from a Czech marketing firm.

Use

Web applications, resources and tools, available for making our life easier or funnier.
All Ruby Books rb
A great collection of ruby books.
Top Pens of 2016 on CodePen js
100 top pens.
Big List of Naughty Strings tool
List of strings which have a high probability of causing issues when used as user-input data.
Webminal ops
Learn and Practise Linux online.

Install

A selection of gems or applications updated during past week.
Google Assistant Ruby rb
Write Google Assistant actions in Ruby.
Gitscout tool
Gitscout is a beautiful GitHub Issues experience for macOS
LicenseFinder tool
Find licenses for your project's dependencies.

Read

From the blogosphere or news feeds ...
Part 1: Mock microservices to speedup development jan 16 rb
In order to tests integrations, we generally mock external services.
Is Ruby dead? Hell no! - Analyzing RubyGems stats for 2016 jan 17 rb
Rails downloads are still increasing.
Caching at Reddit jan 17 ops
How Reddit monitor, tune, and scale our memcached infrastructure.
Ruby's Mysterious Triple Equals Operator, a.k.a. Case Equality Operator jan 18 rb
Instead of testing equality, it tests inclusion.
Rescue exceptions DSL for plain Ruby objects with Rails jan 19 rb
Rescue exceptions like Rails controllers.
Run a Local Rails Script on Heroku jan 18 rb
In this post, I’ll show you how to execute a long Ruby/Rails script in a remote Heroku environment.
Some universal code optimization rules jan 19 web
From time to time I have advocated for design approaches which value consistency and ease of change over raw operations per second.
Short guide to awesome changelogs jan 19 tool
Usage of the git-changelog npm package.
How To Test Ruby CLI: The Setup jan 20 rb
One of the most difficult tasks I met during Hanami development is to write integration tests for the Command Line Interface (CLI).
Auto-reconnect for ActiveRecord connections jan 20 rb
Often we want to have more control over the reconnect strategy in order to give it more than one chance for the connection to recover.
Links curated by mose (publisher), tysliu (editors), mose, hsatac, lincoln, nauman (contributors) .

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