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Building Native GUI Apps in Ruby - RubyConf 2022 Talk Slides

RubyConf 2022 talk slides for “Building Native GUI Apps in Ruby” have been posted, including a mention of a new Glimmer DSL for LibUI release [0.6.0.pre.0] that finally leverages a newer version of the C libui library, supporting a new open_folder dialog.
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Generic interface to multiple Ruby template engines
Featured Gem // Category Template Engine


Did you know that Time#utc changes the receiver?

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This Week in Rails - 2022-12-02

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Scheduler / Cron for Sidekiq jobs
Featured Gem // Category Scheduling

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Find a mentor in the Ruby community

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Introduction to Ractors in Ruby 3

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Ruby Gem for smarter importing of CSV Files as Array(s) of Hashes, with optional features for processing large files in parallel, embedded comments, unusual field- and record-separators, flexible mapping of CSV-headers to Hash-keys
Featured Gem // Category Utilities

Pending migrations now show path instead of filename

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Ruby library for the Stripe API.
Featured Gem // Category E-Commerce and Payments

Integrations on Rails: How we build and deploy integrations at FireHydrant

Since Day 1, when we launched with Slack, PagerDuty, and Jira integrations, we’ve understood that any product made to make managing incidents easier has to seamlessly integrate with the workflows responders are already using. Now, three years and nearly two dozen integrations into our architecture later, I’m here to report good news: it is possible to build an integration platform that effectively and efficiently scales with your customers' demands.
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Ruby is a Multi-paradigm programming language

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Short Ruby News - edition 20 - weekly about everything happening in Ruby world

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Data mapping and persistence toolkit for Ruby
Featured Gem // Category ORM/ODM

Safe gem upgrades for large codebases with Pessimize gem! | Hanami Mastery #034

The Pessimize gem is amazing, to ensure we don't accidentally bump gem versions too much on the single upgrade run. In this episode We're explaining why it's important, and how to leverage tools like pessimize to manage gem upgrades easily and safely.
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Ryan Bigg - Hanami 2.0 Thoughts

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Raven Ruby

Sentry SDK for Ruby
Featured Gem // Category Error Handling

Crystal For Rubyists

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Rails Event Store

A Ruby implementation of an Event Store based on Active Record
Featured Gem // Category Abstraction

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A high-performance web server for Ruby, supporting HTTP/1, HTTP/2 and TLS.
Featured Gem // Category Web Servers


Create a fully featured real estate website on Rails in minutes! ⛺
Featured Gem // Category CMS

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Ruby 3.0.5 Released

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Next Rails

A toolkit to upgrade your next Rails application
Featured Gem // Category Authorization

From stained-glass master to software engineer: career changes often start with a mess

Changing careers is a long, often-overlooked process. But I want to share both the (linear) story and the (messy) history of how I became a software engineer. And like a lot of good stories, mine always starts with a lie.
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JRuby Released, now supporting Ruby 3.1 and Rails 7

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Blazingly fast DataFrames for Ruby, powered by Polars

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