The Ruby Way

The Ruby Way

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For more than a decade, Ruby developers have turned to The Ruby Way for reliable a€œhow-toa€ guidance on effective Ruby programming. Now, Hal Fulton and AndrAc Arko have thoroughly updated this classic guide to cover new language enhancements and developersa€™ experiences through Ruby 2.1. The new edition illuminates Ruby 2.1 through 400+ examples, each answering the question: a€œHow do I do this in Ruby?a€ For each example, they present both a task description and realistic technical constraints. Next, they walk step-by-step through presenting one good solution, offering detailed explanations to promote deeper understanding. Conveniently organized by topic, The Ruby Way, Third Edition makes it easier than ever to find the specific solution you wanta€”and to write better code by reflecting Rubya€™s unique philosophy and spirit. Coverage includes Ruby 2.1 overview: terminology, philosophy, and basic principles Best practices for strings and regular expressions Efficiently internationalizing your code Performing calculations (including trigonometry, calculus, statistics, and time/date calculations) Working with a€œRubyesquea€ objects such as symbols and ranges Using arrays, hashes, stacks, queues, trees, graphs, and other data structures Efficiently storing data with YAML, JSON, and SQLite3 Leveraging object-oriented and dynamic features, from multiple constructors to program inspection Building GUIs with Shoes 4, Ruby/Tk, Ruby/GTK3, QtRuby, and other toolkits Improving thread performance by understanding Rubya€™s synchronization methods and avoiding its pitfalls Automating system administration with Ruby Data formats: JSON, XML, RSS, Atom, RMagick, PDF, and more Testing and debugging with RSpec, Minitest, Cucumber, byebug, and pry Measuring Ruby program performance Packaging and distributing code, and managing dependencies with Bundler Network programming: clients, time servers, POP, SMTP, IMAP, Open-URI Web applications: HTTP servers, Rails, Sinatra, HTML generation, and more Writing distributed Ruby software with drb Choosing modern development tools that maximize your productivity All source code for this book may be downloaded at therubyway.io19.7.2 Other Static Site Generators Another popular static site generator written in Ruby is Jekyll. ... It includes a blog template, stylesheets, support for Disqus comments, syntax highlighting for code snippets included in posts, and a hugeanbsp;...

Title:The Ruby Way
Author:Hal Fulton, André Arko
Publisher:Addison-Wesley Professional - 2015-02-11


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