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Glimmer DSL for LibUI

Glimmer DSL for LibUI - Prerequisite-Free Ruby Desktop Development Cross-Platform Native GUI Library - The Quickest Way From Zero To GUI - If You Liked Shoes, You'll Love Glimmer! - No need to pre-install any prerequisites. Just install the gem and have platform-independent GUI that just works on Mac, Windows, and Linux.
Featured Gem // Category GUI

On Flaky Tests, Time Precision, and Order Dependence

A flaky test is one that fails unpredictably, without a corresponding change in the code under test. These often show up in CI runs where a test unrelated to any change made suddenly fails, and then mysteriously passes when re-run. There are many type and causes of “flakes”. Today I want to talk about flaky tests caused by time precision, and time-order dependence.
Article Added by: stevenharman //


Railsconf Detroit 2024: A Co-chair’s Perspective

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Hanami's place in the world of Rails

This article is in a way a response to an AppSignal article I saw some time ago, that got somewhat popular in Ruby community. Had a lot of views at least and I saw some people comment on it.
This goes more in depth about hanami, rails, their relations and many other things.
Article Added by: krzykamil //


Ruby gem for reporting errors to
Featured Gem // Category Error Handling

A new version of Suspenders has been released!

Suspenders has been rewritten, and now works on new and existing Rails applications.
Update Added by: stevepolitodesign //

Glimmer DSL for CSS Media Queries + CSS To Glimmer Converter

Glimmer DSL for CSS 1.3.0 and 1.4.0 just shipped with support for CSS Media Queries and a CSS To Glimmer Converter!!!
Update Added by: AndyObtiva //

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Interactively select and execute fenced code blocks in markdown files. Build complex scripts by naming and requiring blocks. Log resulting scripts and output. Re-run scripts.
Featured Gem // Category Markdown Processors


🟥 AppSignal for Ruby gem
Featured Gem // Category Services and Apps

Rocky Mountain Ruby: Call for Speakers

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Glimmer DSL for Web Ruby Integration with JavaScript Libraries

Glimmer DSL for Web is a Ruby-in-the-Browser Web Frontend Framework that enables Rubyists to finally have Ruby productivity and happiness in the Frontend via a simpler and more productive library than all JavaScript libraries like React, Vue, Svelte, etc.... Its Rails sample has been upgraded with Code Syntax Highlighting by integrating with highlight.js. It demoes how to build Components and make HTTP calls from a Rails Frontend to a Rails Backend.
Tutorial Added by: AndyObtiva //


Turn ruby files into .exe files on windows (supported safe fork of ocran)
Featured Gem // Category Database Tools

A Ruby, Middleman and TailwindCSS blog template

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HTML processing filters and utilities
Featured Gem // Category HTML/XML Parsing

Ruby 3.4.0 Preview1 Released

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strong_migrations: Catch unsafe migrations in development

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A command line interface for smithing Ruby gems.
Featured Gem // Category CLI Builder

A peek into build provenance for Homebrew

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Four Things To Take Away From RailsConf 2024

Whether you were at RailsConf and wish we were still there, or missed it and you’re curious, I’ve got you. I wrote about my takeaways from RailsConf 2024.
Article Added by: kevin-j-m //

Concurrency and parallelism in Ruby 💎

It looks like a philosophy essay title, but they are fundamental developing principles.

Is parallelism always better than concurrency? What’s the main differences between the two? How do they apply to the Ruby world?

This article I have written will teach these points. Plus you will be able to decrypt the puma.rb configuration file in your Rails app. The article is the 3rd one of an article series about “low-level” computing concepts applied to Ruby.
Article Added by: Mth0158 //

ActiveRecord Import

A library for bulk insertion of data into your database using ActiveRecord.
Featured Gem // Category Import

Ruby 3.4, No More TypeError With **nil As It Is Treated As An Empty Hash.

Ruby 3.4, no more TypeError with **nil as it is treated as an empty hash.
Article Added by: sonamvg //

Hanami.rb and Shrine.rb

Implementation of file handling in Hanami web framework, using Shrine. Also in comparison to Ruby on Rails using ActiveStorage in a away.
Article Added by: krzykamil //


TinyTDS - Simple and fast FreeTDS bindings for Ruby using DB-Library.
Featured Gem // Category Database Drivers


A set of bindings for the GNOME libraries to use from Ruby.
Featured Gem // Category GUI

Ruby on Rails Developers Choose Technologies To Do The Best Job Possible For Customers

Ruby on Rails developers who say things like "Oh! It is OK to use any programming language you like! Whatever strikes your fancy is good! JavaScript is OK if that's what you like. If you prefer TypeScript, go for it!" are some of the...
Article Added by: AndyObtiva //

Active Admin for Rails Developers

The administration framework for Ruby on Rails applications.
Featured Gem // Category Admin Interface


Ruby ♥︎ JavaScript
Featured Gem // Category Implementations/Compilers