Ruby\RoR News Digest 30.06 - 5.07

Let's check what happened in Ruby programming this week and learn about latest updates and news
05 July 2019   868

Greetings! I hope your week went great! Here's new Ruby/RoR news digest.

Articles and Guides

  • 6 changes you might have missed coming in Ruby 2.7

Learn about some tiny, but interest thing you really may not noted in this Ruby version.

  • Sorbetting a gem, or the story of the first adoption

As you may remember, new type checker for Ruby called Sorbet was released last week;  in this article, programmer shares his thoughts and impressions on the topic.

  • I just made Ruby++

The ++ implementing was more difficult. than expected.

  • Brewing our own Template Lexer in Ruby

A practical walkthrough of building a basic lexer (the parser part will come later) as a way to implement your own templating language

  • Rails 6 adds support for Multi Environment credentials

In Rails 6, different environments credintials can now be stored in separate files personal key for each.

  • In-App Payments Backend Using Ruby


  • HTTP Debugging for Ruby

Free version available too.

GitHub to Implement Device Verification

Device verification is only for users that doesn't use 2FA
02 July 2019   245

The GitHub service reported a change in the organization of the users authoriziation whose two-factor authentication is not enabled in the settings. For these users, additional verification is introduced, according to which the system remembers the devices from which they are logged in and allows them to work only with them.

If the device has not been verified before, a login confirmation code is sent to the user's email, which must be entered during authentication. If you are logged in from a previously verified device, it is enough to fill in your credentials.