Happy Friday Everyone,
Checkout latest announcements, demo in Facebook conference 2017 here - https://www.fbf8.com/
This week’s roundup throws light on topics such as Reusable validations in Rails, React VR by facebook, requirejs bundling with Typescript and etc.
Ruby on Rails
Instrumenting Sidekiq - Interested in having more insights on the performance of the jobs, their success rate and the congestion of queues
Reusable Validations In Rails Form Objects - Read how to compose form object validations from small pieces
Striving Towards Maintainable Controllers - An article that journeys through various ways of making controllers better before finally settling on own path.
Introducing Trans 2.0 - Know more about Trans which is an Elixir library for managing translations embedded into data structures.
Elixir Testing-Running Only Specific Tests. - How to configure the tests and run specific test cases in Elixir
Facebook scraps React as we know it, welcomes successor React Fiber - Read more about React Fiber and the need for responsiveness
Catch deceptive typos in your React apps - How to catch all elusive typos in React apps without losing hours for debugging.
Enable slide to delete in UITableView. - How to implement a slide to delete option in UITableView with animation.
Mirror: Easy Reflection for Java and Android - How to use Mirror, a Java library allowing you to write interfaces with annotations to avoid the pain of the reflection API.
Advanced Requirejs Bundling With Typescript - Details about different type of bundling with conventions for large JS projects.
Relay Modern: Simpler, faster, more extensible - Overview about Relay Modery, a new version of Relay which is easier to use, more extensible and, most of all, able to improve performance on mobile devices.
HTML & CSS
Managing the CSS Box Model - Understanding the CSS box model for creating complex layouts more efficiently
It’s Time To Start Using CSS Custom Properties - Learn about limitations of CSS preprocessors and introduction to CSS custom properties.
[ANN] Rails 5.1.0.rc2 has been released! Give it a try. We are now closer to the final release https://t.co/frITaua4ox— Ruby on Rails (@rails) April 21, 2017