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Add chat to your Ruby on Rails app

Not all web apps need chat, but if you want to communicate with your customers, or you want them to communicate with each other, you’re going to run into this problem quickly. CometChat Pro is a fa...

Ruby on Rails - Active Storage and beyond

New ways to handle file uploads, share credentials with your team, set up Content Security Policy, even start your application—we are looking at what’s new in Rails 5.2 and focus on Active Storage ...

Getting Started with RSpec

RSpec is a testing tool for Ruby, created for behavior-driven development (BDD). It is the most frequently used testing library for Ruby in production applications. Even though it has a very rich a...

What’s new in Ruby 2.6?

Ruby 2.1 was released on Christmas 2013 and the tradition followed since with each new version released in the following Christmas, what leads me to believe that Ruby 2.6 will be released next mont...

Ruby With Practical Approach: Chapter-15: Ruby Lambdas

In this lesson, let's explore ruby lamdas in detail. #Before Discussing lambdas, first w'll see pitfalls in procs proc = Proc.new {|a,b| a*b} #p proc.call(2) # it sends ungiven arguments...

Ruby With Practical Approach: Chapter-14: Ruby Procs

In this lesson, let's explore ruby procs in detail. A proc is an object that contains a code block. It provides a way to save up a code block and execute it later. # Technically, blocks are n...

Ruby With Practical Approach: Chapter-13: Ruby Blocks

In this lesson, let's explore ruby blocks in detail. A block is a piece of code that accepts arguments, and returns a value. A block is always passed to a method call. # Blocks # A Block is ...

Ruby With Practical Approach: Chapter-12: Ruby Modules

In this lesson, let's explore ruby modules in detail. modules are somewhat similar to classes: they are things that hold methods, just like classes do. However, modules can not be instantiated. I...

Ruby With Practical Approach: Chapter-11: Ruby Classes - Inheritence

In this lesson, let's explore ruby classes in detail. Classes are a blueprint for creating individual objects that contain the general characteristics of a defined object type. # Person Class...

Ruby With Practical Approach: Chapter-10: Ruby Classes - Method Types

In this lesson, let's explore ruby classes in detail. Classes are a blueprint for creating individual objects that contain the general characteristics of a defined object type. # Class Method...

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