5 Friday links # 23
- Lists. The definitive list of lists (of lists) curated on GitHub.
- RSpec Matchers Cheat Sheet. Interactive cheat sheet for Rspec matchers.
- Sidekiq Statistic. See statistic about your sidekiq workers.
- Debug/Mail. Easy to use mail server for developers.
- Camaleon CMS. Camaleon CMS is a Ruby on Rails 4 based Content Management System, built as an alternative to wordpress for Ruby on Rails developers.
5 Friday links # 22
- Rubocop. A Ruby static code analyzer, based on the community Ruby style guide.
- Using a Rails' Mail Interceptor to Test Email. A great blog post that explain how to intercept emails in a Rails app.
- Unicode Character Highlighter. A Sublime Text plug-in that highlights characters such as non breakable space, characters that often break compilers and scripts and is almost impossible to spot in the editor.
- ActiveSupportTimeHelpers. Rails helpers to time travel.
- Pokey. Pokey is a Ruby gem designed to easily simulate webhooks / other HTTP requests common to a production environment.
5 Friday links # 21
- Scaling Ruby Apps to 1000 Requests per Minute. A Beginner's Guide for scaling a Ruby app.
- RailsAssets.org. The solution to assets management in Rails.
- Counter Culture. Turbo-charged counter caches for your Rails app.
- Angular Flash. Flash messages for Angular JS.
- tauCharts. D3 based data-focused charting library. Designed with passion. Flexible..
5 Friday links # 20
- The Complete Guide to Rails Caching. Speed Up Your Rails App by 66%.
- System Browser Client. A Ruby code browser
- activerecord-import. Extraction of the ActiveRecord::Base#import functionality from ar-extensions for Rails 3 and beyond
- Why you should never, ever, ever use MongoDB
- The Best of RailsConf 2015
5 Friday links # 19
- Crayon.css. Crayon.css is a list of css variables linking color names to hexadecimal values.
- Dragula. Drag and drop so simple it hurts.
- JRuby 9000. This week was the release of JRuby 9000.
- Memoization in Ruby with memist. A Ruby Memoization Helper.