Rails logs analyzer (see how fast your views are rendering)
See how fast is rendering in your Ruby on Rails app. Based on information from logs. Provides you a picture of how often renders and how fast renders y.
Reducing String duplication in Ruby
It is very likely your Rails application is full of duplicate strings, here are some tricks you can use to get rid of them....
The method JIT compiler for Ruby 2.6
As it isn't ultra-fast yet, I haven't shared it deeply until the conference. But some of you guys kindly wrote great articles about it. Probably they a.
Ruby is the Katamari Damacy of programming languages. Matz pushed his ideas across the landscape of programming, picking up ideas here, notations there.
Rails 5.1 Change Tracking in Callbacks
After recently upgrading to Rails 5.1, we noticed that certain model changes were no longer getting logged properly by PaperTrail. After a bit of diggi.
Ruby’s New JIT – Square Corner Blog
CRuby just got a JIT! There have been many attempts at implementing a JIT for CRuby, the reference implementation of Ruby. None have been merged, until.
Ruby concurrency: building a timeout queue
Ruby’s built-in Queue class is an incredibly handy data structure for all kinds of problems. Its versatility can be attributed to its pop method, which.
Humming along - Analyzing RubyGems stats for 2017
2017 was a stable year for the Ruby ecosystem. There weren't any new libraries that exploded in popularity, but work on existing gems hummed along....
👋 Goodbye Sprockets. Welcome Webpacker 3.0
This guide will let you through the process of migrating your Rails Application from Sprockets to Webpacker 3.0. Even though Webpacker suggests to keep.
Benchmarking Ruby's Heap: malloc, tcmalloc, jemalloc
Last week's post talked about different kinds of Ruby objects: some are contained in the 64-bit reference directly, some use up a 40-byte "Slot", and s.