Category: Ruby

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Development Tools: iRuby

Every developer working with a dynamically-typed language will surely tell you that there are times when its best to write code out in their language’s interactive interpreters. Each one will allow you to write your code, and see immediate results removing the need to run a script with each change. Of course these are not …

How-To: Foundation 6 with Webpack using Sass

If there was every an issue that arose many times for me, it was trying to get Foundation 6 working with Webpack. Keep in mind that the solution is fairly simple thinking about it, but if you are also reading Sass via Webpack, and want to access Foundation through Sass, a whole new list of …

Ruby IDE: Review of RubyMine

  When working with JavaScript, I found myself moving from ViM, to Atom, to Brackets, and finally to VSCode. While VSCode is still my go-to for all JavaScript awesomeness, and then starting to use it for Ruby I thought I had an overall winner. While you will find me nose-deep in VSCode working with Ruby …