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This week's Ruby news, issue 299

Fabio Akita

Rails Has Won: The Elephant in The Room

Many people are worried about the current state of Rails with some choosing to leave the Ruby community altogether. Are these concerns something you should also worry about? A response to Piotr Solnica’s My Time with Rails is Up which has attracted a lot of attention this week.

Idiosyncratic Ruby

What the Format? A Look at sprintf Formatting

Ruby’s sprintf provides a powerful alternative to typical string interpolation. See a wide variety of examples here.

David Heinemeier Hansson

Provide Sharp Knives

A short essay by DHH: “Ruby includes a lot of sharp knives in its drawer of features. Not by accident, but by design.”

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This week's Ruby news, issue 299

Hristo Georgiev

A Comparison of React vs. Angular 2 Rails Integrations

A look at how the experience compares with using React and Angular 2 on the front end of Rails apps.

RubyGems Blog

Pushing Forward RubyGems.org in 2016

If you want to help out, Nick Quaranto presents a few ideas for pushing the official gems repository, RubyGems.org, into “a better place for the rest of 2016.”

Jacob Bednarz

How Envato Tracked Down A Ruby Heap Corruption Issue

A look at tracking down and fixing some issues in libxml-ruby that were causing segfaults due to an interesting edge case.

Mike Perham

Serving Your Own Commercial Rubygems

“It’s not well known but with Rubygems and Bundler, you can distribute access-controlled commercial Rubygems.”

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