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#217 - apr 2nd 2017

Look

Examples of UI/UX, graphic performance, web design and flashy things.
Johnson Banks design
Interesting elastic effects on scroll.

Use

Web applications, resources and tools, available for making our life easier or funnier.
Tell Me When it Closes tool
Get 1 email when an issue or PR closes.
React-bits js
React patterns, techniques, tips and tricks.

Install

A selection of gems or applications updated during past week.
Localstack tool
A fully functional local AWS cloud stack.
Marta tool
File Manager for macOS.
Dawson js
A serverless framework for Node.js on AWS.
Geared_pagination rb
Paginate Active Record sets at variable speeds.
Mobility rb
Pluggable Ruby translation framework.
Deep_pluck rb
Pluck deeply into nested associations without loading a bunch of records.
Reactide js
A dedicated IDE for React web application development.
Glimmer js
Lightweight UI component library from Ember.js
UPNG.js js
Fast and advanced PNG decoder.
Mdpdf js
Markdown to PDF command line app with support for stylesheets.

Read

From the blogosphere or news feeds ...
The 500.000$ release mar 26 rb
Story about an expensive bug bounty.
CSS deep-dive: matrix3d() for a frame-perfect custom scrollbar mar 27 css3
Custom scrollbars are extremely rare and that’s mostly due to the fact that scrollbars are one of the remaining bits on the web that are pretty much unstylable.
N+1 Queries or Memory Problems: Why not Solve Both? mar 28 rb
This post is going to help save you money if you're running a Rails server.
Ruby 2.2.7 Released mar 28 rb
This release includes about 70 bug fixes after the previous release.
Why you Should not use a Class as a Namespace in Rails Applications mar 30 rb
A hidden bug with a class name as a namespace.
Does CSS Grid Replace Flexbox? mar 31 css3
Grid is much newer than Flexbox and has a bit less browser support.
Support of Ruby 2.1 has ended apr 1 rb
On March 31, 2017, all support of the Ruby 2.1 series has ended.
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