The course starts on Saturday, 18th Jan. 2014 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 course. Since this is a " Pay if you Like " course, you are under no obligation to pay and hence the course would be free for you.
How do I register and pay the course fees?
First, create an account on the site and …
4.1.0 and RubyGems 2.2.0
"literal".freeze is now optimized # 9042
add # 8257#cause
update libraries like, , NKF, Rake, RubyGems, and RDoc.
See more details of changes: NEWS in ruby repository(WIP) .
ko1 talked about the new features of All about Ruby 2.12.1 at toruby:
update libraries like, nkf, rake, RubyGems, and .
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I initially started usingand its included middleware, and I was able to very quickly get viewable and downloadable PDFs.
I enjoyed that the necessary binary files are included with the gem for a number of operating system environments, which saves you from having to install different packages in your respective application …
…unique download token, which can be found in the Customer Area . The new RubyGems source URL and APT URL look like this: https://download:YOUR_DOWNLOAD_TOKEN@www.phusionpassenger.com/enterprise_gems/ deb https://download:YOUR_DOWNLOAD_TOKEN@www.phusionpassenger.com/enterprise_apt precise main
Why are we doing this?
We made this change as a security precaution. Just to be clear: there is no security incident. Nothing has been breached or leaked, and the old mechanism was not vulnerable. …
The rumors of - What's going on with Bundler and RubyGems. 's death have been greatly exaggerated
Keeping Parts of Your - How to manage a mixed public/private project. Private on GitHub
PeriodicCalculations - Cumulate periodic results of aggregates (such as daily sales) over time with .
If you've worked on a web application in the past eight years or so, there's a good chance you've written mapping or geocoding functionality. I've worked on multiple Rails applications in the past year which geocode certain pieces of data; each time, I had to remind myself which Ruby gems to use for searching, how to retrieve coordinate information from the browser, and the correct way to write tests for the behavior I wanted to add.
Introducing " Geocoding on Rails"
Tracking edge is probably the best choice up until 0.3.0 final is released.
Please give 0.3 a test drive
Get going with: $ gem install daemon-kit --pre
or update your Gemfile: gem 'daemon-kit', '~> 0.3.0.rc2'
Afterwards run the following to get your local daemon updated: $ rake daemon_kit:upgrade
Blocker for a 0.3 final
There is only one blocker …
…don't have any real authority over them. Ruby Central has given him a grant to work on Rubygems and Bundler.
I wanted Sidekiq to be better than the status quo but was scared to death of the amount of time needed to support it over the next 5 years if it took off. I had two strategies from the start:
1. Be very picky about the features I accept and how they're implemented
It's my project so I have to support every line of code in it. Features that I know …
Scout Ruby Gem
With our dependencies added, it's time to add the build instructions for installing the Scout gem:
This installs the scout gem and removes files the end user doesn't need that were built during packaging.
This is a simple case, so the only addition to our config/projects/scout.rb project DSL is dependency 'scout' …