How well do you know the language you’re using? What if I tell you that even you use it the whole day and every day it still can hide some tricks that you might not be aware of? I’d like to reveal some less or more known, but certainly interesting parts of Ruby to make you sure that you don’t miss anything.
We all love to enter the Rails console to try out some stuff. It’s just a
rails caway in development, but what if you want to view or fetch some specific data on your remote production server (and you’re not on Heroku)? If you already deploy your app with Capistrano, why not use it for this task?
Starting from this week, Gemnasium can update the dependencies of your project automatically. It is now easier than ever to keep your Ruby project in shape by getting rid of the outdated dependencies. Read more
This week I have mostly been thinking about Go. I won’t bore you with the details. Unless you ask me. Get a sense for the vibe
Made changes in the code to debug and do not understand what’s wrong. Hell, I’m on the debug production! This happened to you? To me several times. So I’ve created a little gem rails-env-favicon to use different favicon in development rails environment.
I just wrote a gentle introduction to ruby continuations, specifically using them in loops.