Ruby Weekly
Issue 268 — October 15, 2015
Richard Schneeman
Given its constraints, ensuring you have no memory leaks or that you manage them properly is particularly key on Heroku. Richard shares some ideas.

Ryan Paul
If you’ve not yet looked into using Opal (the Ruby to JavaScript compiler) for doing front-end work in Ruby, maybe this look at a simple realtime webapp will inspire you.

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Go is a powerful, compiled language (we have a Go Newsletter by the way!) and since Go 1.5 you can write Ruby extensions with it.

Heiko Webers
Ruby-based considerations and remedies for the top 10 webapp vulnerabilities as determined by the Open Web Application Security Project.

Dalibor Nasevic
A look at replacing your OS’ default DNS resolver with a RubyDNS powered one.

Mike Perham
Mike recently overhauled Sidekiq to remove the Celluloid multithreading abstraction layer. Why, and does it still make sense for other use cases?

Stefan Wintermeyer
AMP is a Google-backed initiative to help developers produce pages that are faster on mobile devices. This 10m video looks at using AMP’s approach in a Rails app.


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