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Ruby on Rails Tutorial

Ruby weekly Issue 306


An Introduction to nio4r: Low-Level Async I/O for Ruby

Under the hood, Rails 5’s ActionCable uses nio4r, a low level non-blocking IO library inspired by Java’s NIO. Here, its author explains how it works.

Add Phoenix to Your Rails Ecosystem with Session Sharing

If you’ve decided to give Phoenix & Elixir a try but your existing user auth is happening through a Rails app, don’t fear, here’s how to share sessions.

Quickly Process API Requests with Shoryuken and SQS

A look at using SQS and Shoryuken to process queued requests to a third-party API.

Reactive Ruby: Building Real-time Apps with JRuby and Ratpack

What if Ruby made it easy for you to write async code and real-time apps? By pairing up JRuby with Ratpack, Joe Kutner shows us that we can teach Ruby some new tricks. Learn More.

Improving Rails Performance with Better Background Jobs

A practical look at tweaking your background jobs to scale and perform better.

Using mruby on the Raspberry Pi

Glenn Goodrich explores the Raspberry Pi platform using mRuby and the h2o web server. Learn how to make a quick API or capture a camera image.

JRuby+Truffle: Why it’s Important to Optimise the Tricky Parts

In an hour long talk, Oracle’s Chris Seaton shows off the Truffle project, a research project that aims to provide a significantly faster alternative runtime for JRuby.


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