Hello and welcome to Ruby Brief #52! We’ve found some great articles for you this month. We hope you’ll like it!
Moses Lucas wrote a guide on how to set up your RoR app to request data with GraphQL. Lots of code examples and tips for every developer wanting to try out GraphQL. Read more
Netflix open-sourced the Fast JSON API gem, which aims to be a better version of Active Model Serializer (AMS). JSON serialization by Netflix is 25-40 times faster – the benchmark showed processing 250 records in 3 seconds versus 138 seconds with AMS. Read more
Regular Expression Denial of Service (ReDoS) attacks are not discussed much in the community, but they are just as dangerous as other DoS attacks. Tim Kadlec wrote a great guide on regexes and how to avoid computation traps (called catastrophic backtracking) while working with them. Read more
When you go to Docker’s homepage, you will learn that Docker is the best thing since the sliced bread, but actually finding out what it is and what it does is a hopeless task. Netguru’s Senior RoR developer, Mateusz Kluge, is here to help with his extensive tutorial! Read more
Every programmer needs to build a bot at least once in a lifetime. Now is the best time for doing it – this quick guide from Unicorn will help you tackle the Slack SDK gem and create your own cute artificial friend in no time. Read more
Not everything in development is sexy and disrupting, and there are tasks you need to do that make the difference between a brogrammer and a true specialist. Marcin will tell you how to make your assets blazing fast! Read more
12-factor is a methodology that can be applied to applications written in any programming language, including backing services usage (database, memory cache, queues). Join the webinar and learn about best practices regarding SaaS application development and deployment. Sign up for the webinar on 1st March, 6PM CET