Happy Friday Everyone,
We will be catching up with some interesting articles on Sidekiq Gem for background jobs in Rails, Connecting Ruby and Elixir with Erlectricity and much more.
Ruby on Rails
Ruby 2.4.0-rc1 Released - Ruby 2.4.0-rc1 out with some performance improvements and debugging features
Differences in version handling between RubyGems and npm - This blog is about the differences between version handling in RubyGems and npm presented a few challenges along the way.
How to Use Any Gem in a Rails Production Console -This blog tells us the processes of using any gem in a Rails production console
Rails feature that you've never heard about: schema cache - This blog explains about the new feature called :schema cache
How Discord handles push request bursts of over a million per minute with Elixir’s GenStage - In this article the author describes about using Elixir’s GenStage to handle millions of request per minute.
Connecting Ruby and Elixir with Erlectricity - This blog explains the method of the communicating between Ruby and Elixir using erlectricity
Introducing the React VR Pre-Release - Announcing React VR to the VR Web.
Design to Code with Protoship UIPad - This guide will show you how to use Protoship UIPad to convert your Sketch designs into code. Let’s start with a quick demo.
How My API-Driven Website Helps Me Travel The World - In this article the author wants to show us what he built and how his website surprisingly turned out to be daily companion.
HTML & CSS
Performant Parallaxing - In this article we’ll discuss a solution that is both performant and, just as importantly, works cross-browser.
HTML Interactive Form Validation - HTML interactive form validation is now supported in WebKit.
Create Stunning Image Effects with CSS Backdrop-filter - In this article we can learn how to create stunning image effects with CSS backdrop-filter.
I just released Trailblazer 2.0.0.beta2 which is very likely to be the RC. ✨— Nick Sutterer (@apotonick) December 12, 2016
🚀React Redux 5.0 is out!— Tim Dorr (@timdorr) December 14, 2016
A community-driven effort that shows how OSS should be done. Great work everyone!https://t.co/7mauhUlMzt