23 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector



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So let's look at what we've got so far. The From value can be anything, though you don't want it to look like spam since you want it to make it to your various inboxes once it's sent.

Next, lets paste our markup into our boilerplate code — at …

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By Mike Perham of 4 months ago.

…to remove the GIL and make Ruby truly thread-safe but would also improve HTM scalability greatly.

That's a very brief overview of the paper but I think it's a fascinating idea and one worth pursuing further.

HTM is available via Intel's TSX extensions, available on some recent Haswell processors. Hopefully this will become standard in future generations of x86 CPUs.

Ruby in this case means MRI. JRuby and Rubinius are thread-safe. <3 ↩ …

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On ZURB 7 months ago.

…assault on everything they'd created. Three years later, the stylesheet was introduced in the HTML4 specification along with the W3C Validator service. The service was designed to help people generate syntactically accurate markup in both HTML and CSS. It worked. In the early 2000s validation symbolized professionalism among web developers. Everyone had the badges on their page. Everyone was drinking the validation kool-aid.

Validation Is No Longer Useful

Over the past five or …

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By Adam Keys of The Real Adam 1 year ago.

A lot of the hypermedia philosophy is centered around the idea that API clients should work a lot like web browsers and plain-old Hypertext Markup Language. They should follow hyperlinks, leverage media types, cache data when they can, and intelligently take advantage of the meaning of hyperlinks whenever possible.

The problem with that is, web browsers are way more capable than HTTP clients developers are using to build API clients with.

Here are some things web browsers have become pretty good at:

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By Patrick of Kalzumeus Software over 1 year ago.

Patrick notes : Hiya long-time blog readers. Last year I wrote two articles on career advice for young engineers, largely informed by conversations with a buddy of mine, Ramit Sethi.

Over the last twelve months, I have tagged every message in Gmail I've gotten from someone who applied the advice in those articles to effect in their careers. Sample comments: "Your advice made me $ 20,000 in two minutes.", "Your advice made be $35k", etc etc. …

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Why Python or Ruby on Rails over PHP?

I am a amateur web developer with a great understanding of HTML4 and CSS3, learning JavaScript, PHP, MySQL, and Java.

I am curious about why people choose Python of Ruby on Rails over conventional programming? Video responses and comments welcomed!

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By Jeff of Comments on: blog over 2 years ago.
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By Trevor of Trevor Turk over 2 years ago.

…HTML5 browsers this means that you can modify the URL directly, without needing to use hashes anymore. For HTML4 browsers it will revert back to using the old onhashchange functionality.

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What came before WebSockets?

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Access attribute values directly, without …

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On flow 3 years ago.

…reset . HTML5 brings a whole bunch of new problems into the mix, in HTML4 only text and password types were rendered as single row text fields, but with HTML5 this will expand dramatically, conservatively the following are likely to become common: email , search , number , tel & url .

Add to all of that the problem that IE6 never supported attribute selectors, and IE7 and above required the DOCTYPE setting to switch IE into standard mode.

There's a bucket load …

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By Lee of Lee Munroe 3 years ago.

HTML5 fad will die and we'll go back to saying HTML (did you ever say you used HTML 4.01?) but until then we'll throw the HTML5 buzz word around a bit more.

But what does it actually mean to say you use HTML5?

I see HTML5 being broken down into 5 different levels.

1. Doctype

Technically if you use an HTML5 doctype declaration , you're using HTML5.

Along with your doctype you can tidy up the rest of your head like so. <!doctype html> <html lang="en"> …

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