Category: Ruby

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Development with iRuby using Jupyter

The Jupyter Notebook (previously iPython) is a common go-to in the Python world, but did you know you could use Jupyter to test code in other languages as well? Today I want to bring up development with iRuby, a Ruby kernel for the Jupyter system.

How-To: Foundation 6 with Webpack using Sass

If there was every an issue that arose many times for me, it was trying to use Foundation 6 with Webpack. Keep in mind that the solution is fairly simple thinking about it, but when you introduce sass a whole new list of issues arise. While most of the problem comes from how Foundation is …

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 alone, …

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The Amazing Atom Editor IDE and Package Addons

Since I started programming again, I’ve have grown very close to the Atom editor, and for very good reason. Not only is it light-weight, compact, it has the ability to be customized completely! As for functionality, there are many editor options, a lot being similar to Sublime, but even more specific to Atom. Of course …