TIL that Ruby, or to be more precise Class class, offers allocate public instance method. According to the documentation the method: Allocates space for a new object of class’s class and does not call initialize on the new instance. The returned object must be an instance of class. The same documentation includes a nice code Read more…
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.