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Issue 288 — March 11, 2016

Do not adjust your set - you're getting Ruby Weekly on Friday this week. I've been chairing a conference and ran out of time, but back on schedule next week :-)
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Parker Selbert
ActionCable will be fine for a small number of sessions, but scaling persistent connections to thousands may not be so easy. Here’s a way to lean on the power of Elixir to help Rails out.


Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski
A practical look at some of the changes in Rails 5 and how to be prepared for upgrading your apps.


Jerry D'Antonio
Inspired by Erlang, Clojure, Haskell, and Functional Java.


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Richard LaFranchi
A walkthrough of creating a Rails app that uses Vue.js, a reactive interface component library for the front-end.


Leigh Halliday
A look at producing a web API that’s standards-compliant and follows the well fleshed out and defined json:api spec.


Robert Qualls
A quick but code heavy look at how the ‘adapter’ pattern is used by multi_json, ActiveRecord, and Moneta, and then how to use it yourself.


Julia Evans
There are essentially 4 underlying HTTP libraries (Net::HTTP, Excon, httpclient, and libcurl) with others building on top.


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