21 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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Design Patterns

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By Assaf of Labnotes 11 months ago.
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By Leigh Shevchik of New Relic over 1 year ago.
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Webinar: Design Patterns for PaaS Clouds

In this archived webinar, Michael Neale, a Senior Developer at CloudBees, discusses architectural practices that are essential for effective PaaS app development.

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By Peter Cooper of Ruby Inside over 2 years ago.
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Structural Design Patterns in Ruby

Gregory Brown looks at seven structural design patterns laid out by the Gang of Four, the Adapter, Bridge, Composite, Proxy, Decorator, Facade and Flyweight.

'bundle exec rails' Executes Bundler.setup 3 Times

Rails core team member Santiago Pastorino notes that running 'bundle exec rails' is an inefficient mistake and explains why. ( TLDR: Just use 'rails', it'll work out the particulars.) …

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By Joey of Global Nerdy over 2 years ago.
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"Typographic Design Patterns and Best Practices" — Smashing Editorial team

"Ten Useful Usability Findings and Guidelines" — Dmitry Fadeyev

"Setting Up Photoshop for Web and iPhone Development" — Marc Edwards

"The Ails of Typographic Anti-Aliasing" — Tom Giannattasio

" Mastering Photoshop: Noise, Textures and Gradients" — Marc Edwards

" Better User Experience With Storytelling

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By Simone Carletti of Simone Carletti's Blog over 2 years ago.
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…Design Patterns in Ruby , an other great example of how common programming practices like Design Patterns apply to the Ruby world.

Eloquent Ruby is a very lightweight and pleasant reading. The colloquial tone is friendly and engrossing. The books has plenty of code snippets and it requires only a few days to read it from start to end.

Be prepared, this is an unconventional Ruby book . To use author's words

This is a book about making that final leap, about absorbing the …

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By Peter Cooper of Ruby Inside 3 years ago.
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As with Design Patterns in Ruby , Russ adopts a chatty, familiar tone. Reading this book is like reading a book specifically written for you by a friend. He doesn't shoot off on many unnecessary tangents and he keeps the stories short and sweet but this book certainly couldn't be called dry .

The book is also notably short of egregious errors or omissions. Even when I don't read something with a fine-toothed comb on standby, I can usually pick out a laundry list of factual …

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By Claudio of DevInterface Blog 3 years ago.
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By Claudio of DevInterface Blog 3 years ago.
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On World Wide Webber over 3 years ago.
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Design Patterns and Anti-Patterns for RESTful services

RESTful service composition

Inverted REST ( REST for push events)

Integration of Pub/Sub with REST

Performance and QoS Evaluations of RESTful services

REST compliant transaction models

Mashups

Frameworks and toolkits for RESTful service implementations

Frameworks and toolkits for RESTful service consumption

Modeling RESTful services

Resource Design and Granularity

Evolution of RESTful services …

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On Dalibor Nasevic 4 years ago.
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…post will be kind of a short summary of Singleton Pattern from " Design Patterns in Ruby":http://designpatternsinruby.com/ book.

Singleton is a design pattern that restricts instantiation of a class to only one instance and that instance is globally available. It is useful in situations when you need that instance to be accessible in different parts of the application, usually for logging functionality, communication with external systems, database access, etc. There are few …

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