GitHub - nevir/Bumbler: Track the load progress of your Bundler-based projects
Track the load progress of your Bundler-based projects - GitHub - nevir/Bumbler: Track the load progress of your Bundler-based projects
GitHub - dropbox/zxcvbn: Low-Budget Password Strength Estimation
Low-Budget Password Strength Estimation.
Dropbox’ made password estimation tool. Also available as Ruby-code to give the user a meaningful estimate about the security of their password.
gem-compare goes 1.0
A tool to diff Gem versions before bundle updating all the stuff. See if meaningful code changed, license, deps changed etc.
Sorbet + 100% cov makes Ruby refactoring possible — brandur.org
Safely refactoring Ruby traditionally involves many incremental steps and feature flags. Sorbet and 100% branch coverage make it possible to refactor a lot of code safely.
Shopify seems to have great success using Sorbet typed Ruby. That would also massively improve auto-completion support.
GitHub - yolk/biggs: biggs is a small ruby gem/rails plugin for formatting postal addresses from over 60 countries.
biggs is a small ruby gem/rails plugin for formatting postal addresses from over 60 countries. - GitHub - yolk/biggs: biggs is a small ruby gem/rails plugin for formatting postal addresses from over 60 countries.
Standalone CLI: Use Tailwind CSS without Node.js - Tailwind CSS
Today we're announcing a new standalone CLI build that gives you the full power of Tailwind CLI in a self-contained executable — no Node.js or npm required.
Available with the “new” asset pipeline on Rails 7 with cssbundling is a node-less setup for Tailwind
Tailwind CSS Cheat Sheet
Cheat sheet that provides a quick, interactive reference for all utility classes and CSS properties provided by Tailwind CSS, a utility-first CSS framework.
Already shove a whole second on each app run by un-require rubocop