Ruby Weekly
Issue 315 — September 15, 2016
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Suture provides a workflow for safely refactoring Ruby code and understanding what’s going on in both local and production environments.

As part of GitHub’s raft of announcements yesterday, they now have a GraphQL-powered API, an example Rails app that uses the API, and a new Ruby library for declaring GraphQL queries.

Yui Naruse
The second preview of Ruby 2.4 is here, including the Fixnum/Bignum unification, OpenSSL 1.1 support, and removal of Tk from the standard library.

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Daniel Smith
A Three.js-influenced library that provides an abstraction over OpenGL for easy 3D rendering from Ruby. Installed very easily on my OS X setup.

Julia Evans
An experimental, alpha, Linux-only tool that lets you specify the PID of a running Ruby process and see what’s going on inside.

Ruby Rampage
Gather a team (1-4 people) and register to complete in this always-popular 48-hour online Ruby hackathon taking place on October 22-23.


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