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Module#prepend is a feature added in Ruby 2.0. Until now i didn’t have an oportunity to try it. Turns out it’s pretty cool and useful!
Brandon's articles copes with the problem of backward compatibility, he uses proxy objects.
Passwords aren’t enough any more. Keeping user data safe is hard enough without users themselves choosing the worst passwords in the world.
Learn how to stub external services when testing your Ruby on Rails application. Having our test suite isolated from external services or dependencies is a good testing practice.
Have you ever wondered when to release a new version of your software? How often should you issue a release? What version number should it be, and why? Toughtbot's new article answers this questions.
We have all heard about indexes. Yeah, that thing that it’s automatically added to the Primary Key column that enables fast data retrieval and stuff. Sure, but have you ever asked yourself if there are multiple types or implementations of indexes?
Authy Devise plugin is so far the easiest way to implement two factor authentication in your Rails application.
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