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Ruby Tutorials

Ruby » Libraries — over 10 years ago
This tutorial describes how to create a registration form with the Ruby framework Merb (RoR alternative) and the Ruby ORM Datamapper. It covers most things such as, templating with ERB and validation of user input.
Ruby » Best Practices — about 10 years ago
Common conventions used for module mixins
Ruby » Basics — about 10 years ago
Speed up your program using ruby threads
Ruby » Best Practices — over 4 years ago
Scrap UK top 40 singles chart from BBC #ruby #bbc #uk_top_40
Ruby » Basics — about 10 years ago
Commander is a Ruby Gem aimed towards simplifying the sub-command/master-command structure of many executables. (dont forget to watch the screencast)
Ruby » Best Practices — almost 10 years ago
It is a common Ruby misconception that certain argument handling techniques are faster than others, as well as using constants will increase the performance of your app compared to that of using locally scoped literals for regular expressions, strings, etc. Some frameworks such as Merb take pride in performance, and contain single ruby scripts packed with constants just for this reason. That being said until someone can prove these benchmarks wrong, we are seeing very little changes in results.
Ruby » Best Practices — over 4 years ago
An alarm to tell you to go home with ruby and GTK #ruby #gtk
Ruby » Basics — about 10 years ago
Learn about common, and less common Enumerable methods for iterating, finding, collecting, removing members and much more.
Ruby » Basics — about 10 years ago
Extend existing ruby methods to add your own functionality while retaining previous functionality.
Ruby » Best Practices — over 4 years ago
Download a list of email gravatar images #ruby #gravatar
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