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mongo-ruby-driver

Ruby driver for MongoDB
Featured Gem // Category Database Drivers

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What makes Ruby on Rails the best Web Development Framework

Ruby on Rails web development framework is still going strong. Read this blog to know what makes Ruby on Rails for web development so relevant for businesses in 2020.
Article Added by: bineetaparmar // www.botreetechnologies.com

Always Use RESTful Routes

Using non-RESTful routes in your Rails application can lead to a lot of undue chaos and uncertainty. Don’t be afraid to break away from conventional patterns of mapping all of your controllers to models just for the sake of doing it when there are more expressive and straightforward ways to divvy up the responsibilities of your controllers.
Article Added by: kevin-j-m // blog.thegnar.co

MongoMapper

A Ruby Object Mapper for Mongo
Featured Gem // Category ORM/ODM

Last 7 Days

Shoryuken

A super efficient Amazon SQS thread based message processor for Ruby
Featured Gem // Category Queue

Vagrant is being rewritten in Go.

Article Popular Story // www.hashicorp.com

Gosu

2D game development library for Ruby and C++
Featured Gem // Category Game Development

Introducing idnx

Article Popular Story // honeyryderchuck.gitlab.io

Statesman v8.0.3

A new version of Statesman has been released
New Version

Trestle

A modern, responsive admin framework for Ruby on Rails
Featured Gem // Category Admin Interface

Proven Case Study of Caregiver Website built with Ruby on Rails

This case study about a homecare application for tracking employee visits showcases why Ruby on Rails is perfect for home care app development and caregiver websites.
Article Added by: bineetaparmar // www.botreetechnologies.com

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Searchkick v4.5.0

A new version of Searchkick has been released
New Version

Bridgetown

A Webpack-aware, Ruby-powered static site generator for the modern Jamstack era
Featured Gem // Category Jekyll

Commenting platform using Notion as a backend

Library Popular Story // github.com

ActiveRecord Optimistic Locking

A basic guide optimistic locking, and how it can help you prevent overwriting a record with stale data.
Article Added by: choncou // blog.unathichonco.com

Gitlab CI v13.12.3

A new version of Gitlab CI has been released
New Version

Dotenv-linter v3.1.0: Overview of key changes

Dotenv-linter — a lightning-fast linter for checking, fixing and comparing .env files.
Look at an overview of the key changes included in this release.
Article Added by: mgrachev // dotenv-linter.github.io

tty-progressbar

Display a single or multiple progress bars in the terminal.
Featured Gem // Category CLI Utilities

ppl - The command line address book

Library Popular Story // github.com

Last 30 Days

Sidekiq good practices

Article Popular Story // longliveruby.com

ActiveScaffold

Save time and headaches, and create a more easily maintainable set of pages, with ActiveScaffold. ActiveScaffold handles all your CRUD (create, read, update, delete) user interface needs, leaving you more time to focus on more challenging (and interesting!) problems.
Featured Gem // Category Admin Interface

10 Tips and Tricks

Article Popular Story // www.driftingruby.com

10 Ruby on Rails Tips and Tricks

I don't get around to doing these too often, but they are always a lot of fun. In this episode, we'll look at ten different Ruby on Rails tips and tricks.
Tutorial Added by: kobaltz // www.driftingruby.com

Gruff Graphs

Gruff graphing library for Ruby
Featured Gem // Category Data Visualization

excon

Usable, fast, simple HTTP 1.1 for Ruby
Featured Gem // Category HTTP

A Rubyist's Walk Along the C-side (Part 4): Primitive Data Types

Article Popular Story // blog.peterzhu.ca