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How to Use The Redis Database in Ruby (Tutorial)
What is Redis? Redis is a kind of in-memory database that has different kinds of data structures you can use.[...]
An Overview of Data Structures For Ruby Developers
What is a data structure? A data structure is a specific way to organize & access data. Examples include: Arrays[...]
How to Use The Ruby Select Method (With Examples)
You can use the select method in Ruby to filter an array of objects. For example, you can find all[...]
The Ultimate Guide to Rails Rendering
The ultimate goal of your Ruby on Rails application is to render a view. A view is what the user[...]
Understanding Ruby: Scope & Binding Objects
Scope is an important concept to understand for all Ruby developers. It's the source of many error messages & confusion.[...]
How to Use AJAX With Ruby on Rails
The normal flow of visiting a website is that you load a page & if you want to see new[...]
Ruby’s Many CLI Option Flags & How To Use Them
Did you know that the Ruby interpreter has lots of interesting & useful command-line options? Like: ruby -v Which gives[...]
How to Tell Your Ruby Program to Stop Running Early
How do you stop a Ruby program early? Normally a program will run until it's done processing all the instructions.[...]
7 Interesting Ruby Code Examples
One way to learn new Ruby tricks, patterns & methods is to read code others have written. But where do[...]
How to Write Your Own Classes in Ruby (Tutorial + Examples)
What is a class? A class in Ruby is the basic building block for Object-Oriented Programming & it helps you[...]
What is Rake in Ruby & How to Use it
Rake is a popular task runner in Ruby. What is a task? Making a backup of your database Running your[...]
Understanding Boolean Values in Ruby
What is a boolean? A boolean is a value used in a logic statement to say if something is considered[...]
Everything You Need to Know About I/O In Ruby
I/O stands for Input/Output. By input we mean all the data & information that comes into something (computer, Ruby method,[...]
Which Ruby IDE Should You Use?
You're going to spend a lot of your time as a developer inside the editor, so it important to use[...]

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