Since Ruby v.2.5.0 arrived there were a lot of talks about its features and improvements. But one thing left unattended. We’d like to fix this awkward moment and introduce you branch coverage feature in Ruby 2.5.0!
Last year we shared with you the outstanding list of the most used Rails gems od all the time. And we hope that was useful for you. Today we’re going to mention 4 of those gems and remind you what they were created for. Meet 4 gems for testing your RoR application!
How to become confident that your code is working exactly as intended? Syndicode advises you to start using TDD with Vue.js. Let’s get tests working in a new Vue project.
Despite there are a lot of types of software testing the Integration testing is especially relevant to client/server and distributed systems. That is why we prepared for you an interesting material about this type of testing with its main approaches, structure, and nuances you have to know. This is an introduction to Integration testing we prepared for you.
What is evil? Is the knowledge you will never use is a pure evil? Or shiny prospects you see when starting the brand new programming language? This could be promising, as we wrote earlier in Decision making by the developer article, but expectations might not become true. Stay tuned to avoid facing the evil, read our new Syndicode Digest #27 – Vitriolic book.
It only seems that our digest’s names are random. Every name means something. Like the “Ruby basket”. Syndicode’s language of choice is Ruby, but as the most languages, it has its drawbacks. Anyway, you have to understand that the quality of your code depends not on the language itself but on your skills and the way you implement the code. So be smart, make all the code you do perfect regardless the language you use. And read our new Syndicode Digest #25 – Ruby basket!
Isn’t it lovely to have a friend who knows everything? Most programmers know a lot but don’t really like to share their knowledge. Like in the famous joke “we need a calm person to teach a mother of two programmers how to work on the computer”. Programmers are very similar to onion: they are bitter and tear-inducing but very useful. If you are a programmer, read our new Syndicode Digest #24 – Omni onion, and think about your behavior.
Usually, mind bleak comes when your brain is exhausted. We know that on Friday this is typical for most of us. But who will bring to you the next portion of pills for brain stimulation if not we? Welcome our new Syndicode Digest #10 – Mind Bleak with the scope of the most interesting publications!
Today is the day, when new Syndicode Digest arise from the ashes. Now version 2. Updated (19.08.2016). But we know, here the link for the old one. (Link here) Ruby and Rails: Avoid rails. No rails. For JSON generation. https://dockyard.com/blog/2014/05/27/avoid-rails-when-generating-json-responses-with-postgresql Heroku and Passenger. Get more from less. https://blog.phusion.nl/2015/11/10/heroku-and-passenger-focus-on-the-app-performance/ Rails 5. Development mode. http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2015/11/11/snappier-development-mode-in-rails-5/ Your rating system in ruby…