At Mountain West Ruby 2016, Ryan Davis (of Minitest fame) gave a code-heavy 30 minute talk on the what, why and how of creating a test framework in Ruby.
The 4th time Planet Argon has run this survey. Consider taking it as the results, such as these from 2014
, make for interesting reading.
Essentially based on the Awesome Ruby
organization of Ruby libraries and tools, but with extra metadata.
A look at different strategies for declaring dependencies in libraries and how we might be able to make major version bumps easier in future.
Teaching a Slack bot to interpret pictures using Google’s Vision API.
Accidentally loading large numbers of records in your code? Rails 5 provides some clues.
A thorough tutorial on Shrine, a file uploading toolkit for Ruby webapps.
Setup, config, and initial steps in using Calabash
, a toolkit for writing automated acceptance tests for iOS and Android native apps in Ruby.