Greetings! I hope your week went great! Here’s new “gemmy” programming news digest.
In this digest you will learn how to debug hidden memory leaks in Ruby, get familiar with hashes and Array#intensection method in Ruby 2.7
- Debugging Hidden Memory Leaks in Ruby
A tutorial on finding the big memory leak in new Rails 6 with heaptrack, mwrap, chap and iseq_collector.
A guide about hashes usage, and why author loves
Hash more than
- Exploring Linux File Locking Mechanisms in Ruby
Guide about using file locking mechanins on Linux in Ruby.
- Ruby 2.7 Introduces a Array#intersection method
Ruby 2.7 added new method called
intersection which is enlighten in this article
- Rails 6 adds delete_by and destroy_by methods
Detailed view on the methods, which deletes or destroys all the records that match the passed conditions
3rd major update of gem, designed to manage file attachments that supports resumable uploads and can work with Rails and standard Rack apps brings more “friedship” to non-Active record frameworks
Makes your numbers look “fancy”, or, in other words, turns it from 10 to “ten”
It’s a composable pipelines for enumerators, encouraged by Elixir’s pipe operator and Node.js streams.
Regulary updated gem, a simple payment abstraction library for the Shopify
With its help, macOS/iOS developers can script away boring management tasks and/or auto generate projects
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