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We are back with weekly news about Ruby on rails, Elixir, React Native & Javascript.

We will be catching up with some interesting articles on Better File Uploads with Shrine: Processing, Support Ended for Eclipse Android Developer Tools and much more.

Hurry up if you are planning to submit proposal for RubyConfIndia 2017. CFP closes on 8th November, 2016. For more details check https://www.papercall.io/rci17

Contents
  1. Ruby On Rails
  2. Elixir
  3. Mobile
  4. ReactJS/React Native
  5. JavaScript
  6. HTML & CSS

Ruby on Rails

Making Ruby Hash#Dig Even More Awesome. Introducing Hash#Dig_and_collect - This blog explain about Hash#dig_and_collect , a simple utility method that is built on top of Hash#dig to help you navigate complex nested hashes.

Ruby 2.4 implements Enumerable#sum - This blog explains how Enumerable#sum is implemented in Ruby 2.4

Better File Uploads with Shrine: Processing - The aim of this blog is to show the advantages of using Shrine over other file attachment libraries.

Elixir

Strategies for Migrating a Phoenix App on Heroku - This article explains the approach to migrate database in Heroku using Heroku command line interface.

Roll your own Email & Password Authentication with Guardian, Comeonin & Phoenix - Implement your own simple email & password authentication with the help of Guardian & Comeonin

Lesson learned from a large Phoenix project - Beyond 10,000 Lines - The author wrote a blog post about lessons learned from building a large Phoenix project, (> 10,000 lines) like using Plug, avoiding DSL and much more...

ReactJS/React Native

Introducing our new React Native toolbox! - This post is about how to install our new React Native toolbox.

React 101 - Composition vs Inheritance - When building the user interfaces, the React/React advises us to prefer composition over inheritance . But what are they and why is one better find out in this article.

Practical Redux, Part 1: Redux-ORM Basics - Useful techniques for using Redux-ORM to help manage your normalized state, part 1:Redux-ORM use cases and basic usage.

Mobile

Support Ended for Eclipse Android Developer Tools - Google finally stops supporting and developing Android Developer Tools Eclipse.

Inside Rosie - Domain and use cases - This post is about how Rosie contributes to domain layer definition and why it has been implemented.

Our Experiment Building a Multiselection Solution for Android in Kotlin - Here's an interesting approach to multi-selection on mobile.

JavaScript

What programming language should you learn first? - This post answers it as Javascript and explained in detail.

Adventures in Aurelia: Creating a Custom PDF Viewer - Jedd Ahyoung demonstrates how to combine the power of PDF.js and the Aurelia framework to create a custom PDF viewer with two way data binding.

JavaScript and the Web Platform - Brendan Eich, the creator of JavaScript and the guest on our first show, will join us to wrap up the show.

HTML & CSS

AtoZ CSS Quick Tips: Using Widows and Line Breaks - Lesson about utilizing line breaks and avoiding widows.

Things I’ve Learned About CSS Grid Layout - A Quick way to learn about flexbox and Css Grid.

Web fonts, boy, I don't know - This post is about Web Fonts.

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