In the previous article, we dived into ActiveSupport::StringInquirer class and superpowers it gives to String objects. After I had published that article I decided to take another look at the ActiveSupport module and to my surprise, I found something even more interesting, ActiveSupport::ArrayInquirer class.
Rails magic is a widespread term among developers working with Ruby on Rails application. Is it an overstatement? Well, it depends.
Today I learned that HTTParty gem has a built-in option for enabling logging details of all requests made by the gem.
…and how to fix them 🙂
I was looking for a file in GitHub repo, but didn’t manage to find it. How to check if a file was in a repository and/or when it was removed?
If you have Gemfile file in your repository you know what Bundler is.
EmberJS is a framework for creating ambitious web applications. It follows a convention over configuration software development paradigm.
I did it again. I pushed my local changes directly into remote master branch, but it was the last time.
Today I was looking for the best way to invoke dynamic class method. After some reading and testing I found a few less and more effective ways.
We recently have switched one of our apps to Ruby 2.2 and I did not know what exactly is behind it so I decided to do a research and learn something new. A detailed list of changes introduced in version 2.2 can be found in Github.