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Glimmer DSL for Tk Contextual Menu

Glimmer DSL for Tk v0.0.49 ships with a new sample: Hello, Contextual Menu! It demonstrates the just added explicit support for Contextual Menus. These are also known as pop-up menus, which show up when right-clicking in an application.
Article Added by: AndyObtiva // andymaleh.blogspot.com

Dabbling with Turbo

In this episode, we explore some of the new features with Turbo and interactions that we can do with little or no javascript.
Tutorial Added by: kobaltz // www.driftingruby.com

XDG

Provides an implementation of the XDG Base Directory Specification.
Featured Gem // Category CLI Utilities

Yesterday

Glimmer DSL for SWT Hello, Scrolled Composite!

First of all, the Glimmer DSL for SWT gem just reached 100,000 downloads on rubygems.org. Thank you! Secondly, Glimmer DSL for SWT v4.21.2.5 was recently released with a brand new sample: Hello, Scrolled Composite!
Article Added by: AndyObtiva // andymaleh.blogspot.com

What the ampersand in front of &block means

Article Popular Story // www.codewithjason.com

Oj

Optimized JSON
Featured Gem // Category Parsers

Last 7 Days

Progress Report: Bridgetown is Now esbuild-Aware

We put a stake in the ground at the very beginning of the Bridgetown project that we'd embrace frontend developers via first-party Webpack integration. Now it's time to move on and embrace the speed and flexibilty of esbuild.
Article Added by: jaredcwhite // www.bridgetownrb.com

New Relic

New Relic RPM Ruby Agent
Featured Gem // Category Performance Monitoring

A Rubyist's Walk Along the C-side (Part 7): TypedData Objects

Article Popular Story // blog.peterzhu.ca

GoodJob v2.7.3

A new version of GoodJob has been released
New Version

SQL Server

SQL Server Adapter For Rails
Featured Gem // Category Database Drivers

Awesome Ruby Newsletter » 289

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How to get the most out of the json-api serializer gem

Tips and helpers to facilitate the use of the json-api gem
Article Added by: floXcoder // www.ginkonote.com

Building a Docker Image for your Rails Application

Step by step guide on building a docker image to run a Ruby on Rails application.
Article Added by: mauriciomenegaz // coolrequest.dev

Oso

Oso is a batteries-included framework for building authorization in your application.
Featured Gem // Category Authorization

Glimmer DSL for LibUI Bidirectional Data-Binding

Glimmer DSL for LibUI v0.4.11 just wrapped up a very important new feature that has been rolling out gradually over the last few 0.4.x releases: Bidirectional Data-Binding
Article Added by: AndyObtiva // andymaleh.blogspot.com

Lazy Evaluation with Ruby

Article Popular Story // betterprogramming.pub

Rails Footnotes

Every Rails page has footnotes that gives information about your application and links back to your editor
Featured Gem // Category Debugging Tools

Kubing Rails: stressless Kubernetes deployments with Kuby

Article Popular Story // evilmartians.com

Review

Re:VIEW is flexible document format/conversion system
Featured Gem // Category Ebook

Last 30 Days

A REPL for x86 assembly language, written in Ruby

Library Popular Story // github.com

ActsAsParanoid

ActiveRecord plugin allowing you to hide and restore records without actually deleting them.
Featured Gem // Category Auditing

Effective programming in Ruby with Hanami & dry-effects!

dry-effects is a neat library allowing us to solve common programming problems in a new, coherent way! Here are 2 simple, but real-world examples of using dry-effects in Hanami applications!
Article Added by: swilgosz // hanamimastery.com

Karafka

Framework for Apache Kafka based Ruby and Rails applications development.
Featured Gem // Category Queue

RSpecTracer

RSpec Tracer is a specs dependency analyzer, flaky tests detector, tests accelerator, and coverage reporter tool for RSpec. It maintains a list of files for each test, enabling itself to skip tests in the subsequent runs if none of the dependent files are changed. It uses Ruby's built-in coverage library to keep track of the coverage for each test.
Featured Gem // Category RSpec

Understanding Ruby Proc objects

Article Popular Story // www.codewithjason.com

Raven Ruby

Sentry SDK for Ruby
Featured Gem // Category Error Handling

Awesome Ruby Newsletter » 288

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