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Posts tagged "Ruby"

Lessons learned working on danger-switling selective linting

A little post to share some things I learnt while working on a PR for danger-swiftlint to allow selective linting.

Ruby for iOS Developers - Managing Ruby Tools with Bundler

Between CocoaPods and Fastlane, Ruby is an important part of the iOS developer toolchain. How can we reliably control the versions of the tools our project's automation is using in Ruby? Bundler is a simple way to specify Ruby dependencies and automate their setup.

Ruby for iOS Developers - Managing Ruby Versions

Between CocoaPods and Fastlane, Ruby is an important part of the iOS developer toolchain. Managing versions and gems can be a challenge for developers outside of the Ruby community, but it doesn't have to be. In this two parts post we will see how to simply and reliably handle our Rubies.

Why I (shouldn't have) stopped blogging with Jekyll

I recently decided to move my blog from Ruby and Jekyll, to Metalsmith and Javascript. It turned out to be not as easy as I thought, and a quite stupid choice, but not because of the tech.

Rails: adding a new has_many association to an existing model

A little guide on how to edit an existing model adding a new has_many association

Bringing font icons in iOS with MTFontIcon

Introducing MTFontIcon, a CocoaPod library for iOS to improve application development efficiency by using font icons.