…directly from rules defined using standard Ruby syntax (has its own esque grammar language). 's error messages are also significantly nicer than Treetop's when you inevitably run into trouble with your grammar as they're generated by Parslet itself and don't spring from Treetop's internally generated code.
So if you need to build a parser (or think you might ), check out Parslet - it has a great homepage with some useful documentation. …
UnQLite - Embeddable NoSQL database engine.
LicenseFinder - Help your lawyers figure out how your gems are licensed. This stuff is, by the way, an utter mess in the ruby community.
"Confident Ruby" now in Beta! - ebook from .
ish. - design tool that throws random viewports at your code so you can see how it copes (or doesn't).
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We're hanging out inthis week and wanted to say ‘hi.' We'll be at Galvanize on Thursday from 2 - 6 pm where you can come and chat about all things , Ruby and Game of Thrones. Stop by to check out Galvanize, hang out with us or just grab a t-shirt. See you there!
When: Thursday, May 23 from 2 - 6 pm
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The idea for Hackday was simple: provide a free-of-charge, guided discussion on Ruby- and Rails-related topics that was open to the community. Our first topic, ' Refactoring Rails Controllers,' was chosen in response to conversations that had taken place during previous Hacknight events.
At Viget we get to work with Ruby and Rails everyday with other developers doing the same thing. This generates tremendous growth within each of us in the development lab. However, there …
Tweet the following: Learn # Ruby on # Rails with @ engineyard http://bit.ly/02ror # Ride4Ruby [distance] [your gist] Extra credit. Obviously, the distance your bike will be traveling is farther than the distance between the start and end points. Share Ruby code for calculating the shortest distance between all points, for an extra special prize, which will be announced next week after we look through the submissions.
Ready. Set. Go!
Note: Submissions are closed at midnight tomorrow …
…of numerous technologies. The course topics would hopefully help those that have some knowledge of Ruby programming to get started with web programming (this does not cover Ruby on Rails).
Who's It For?
Anyone with some knowledge of Ruby programming .
The course starts on Saturday, 29th June 2013 and runs for 2 weeks.
Is the course really free?
A lot of effort and time goes into building such a course and we would really love that you pay at least US$ 15 for the …
If you want to take a class to learn more about Ruby on Rails, check out the next Zero to Rails 3 Class offered virtually January 24 to January 27, 2011.