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Rake Routes

by Stephen Ball

ruby

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Connecting Objects with Observable Dec 5, 2018 ruby & programming Today let’s dive a bit into the Observable module from Ruby’s standard library. Let’s say we’re launching a rocket. Fortunately we have a very high Let’s Use Hwacha to Scan URLs Dec 18, 2013 ruby & gem spotlight I’ve written a gem, Hwacha, as a wrapper around Typhoeus to allow for quick and easy response checking for multiple URLs. Let’s go through some Customize Your IRB Mar 19, 2013 ruby You probably spend a lot of time in IRB (or the Rails console) but have you taken the time to customize it? Today we’ll take a look at the things Gem Spotlight: interactive_editor Jan 4, 2013 ruby & programming & gem spotlight Today we’ll take a quick look at one of my favorite gems: interactive_editor. Have you ever been in a REPL session (rails console, irb, pry, etc.) How to use bundler instead of rvm gemsets Mar 20, 2012 ruby & programming Listening to the latest Ruby Rogues I was intrigued to hear André Arko describe how using bundler can completely obviate using rvm gemsets. He said How to write (and test) a gem to serve static files on the Rails asset pipeline Mar 15, 2012 ruby & rails & programming Today we write (and test!) a gem that simply adds new static assets to a Rails project. I puzzled out most of this while working on my A Taste of Metaprogramming Mar 1, 2012 ruby & programming Today we take a small taste from the wide ranging metaprogramming abilities that Ruby gives us. We’ll be looking at and to take a class of Fun with Rock, Paper, Scissors Feb 28, 2012 ruby & programming & metaprogramming James Edward Gray II’s Ruby Quiz #16 was to implement Rock, Paper, Scissors playing classes to compete on a playing field managed by a given Game Let’s Write a Gem: Part 2 Feb 23, 2012 ruby & programming Continued from Let’s Write a Gem, Part 1 In this post we’ll finish our tutorial gem. Along the way I’ll point out some confusing pitfalls you can Let’s Write a Gem: Part 1 Feb 21, 2012 ruby & programming Gems. Gotta love em. If you’re a Ruby developer then you already know that gems are simply fundamental to Ruby programming. Let’s write one. Right Parsing Dates and Times from Strings using strptime Feb 10, 2012 ruby & programming & data Howdy y’all. As much as we’d prefer to just deal with nicely formatted data; the real world sometimes requires that we parse weird datetime strings Anonymous blocks as function arguments in Ruby Feb 9, 2012 ruby & programming A quick tidbit that comes in handy when you want to write some idiomatic Ruby: how to write methods that accept optional blocks of code to execute.