We’re more than happy to see you in another edition of the Ruby Brief. Have a look at what’s changed and discover new stuff created recently in the world of Ruby.
Ruby on Rails in not dead yet. To the contrary, it’s doing really well. The stats in the article will prove the point. Discover new leaders taking over the place of our old popular choices for Ruby apps. Read more
How many times have you downloaded the first gem you found and started using it right away in your project? In this short story, Kacper Walanus uncovers a critical vulnerability in the AES encryption gem. A short story about trust, which will make you question things that Google tells you. Read more
dry-view is a simple, standalone view rendering system for Ruby. Version 0.2.1 has just been released! The latest update includes major feature upgrades and usability improvements. Read more
Do you understand the complexity of Rails and the way it works under the hood? Ivan Shamatov wrote a step-by-step guide on how to write your own simpler version of Rails. Read more
Our Memories of RubyDay 2016
A look back at one of the most awaited conferences for all Ruby fans. Missed the event or any of the presentations? We’ve got you covered. Read more