Ruby 3 JIT was optimized against CPU-intensive demo, which left Rails enthusiasts left out. But what about tasks in the middle of both? Here’s my latest benchmark on Ruby 3 JIT in generating PDF files with Prawn.
This week I needed to prepare some files for the buyers of my book Deployment from Scratch. I use various git repositories for the content and case studies, and I needed to create archives for the current release quickly.
Thoughts on the Elixir language and its Phoenix framework after two years of professional work.
Ruby 3 was released three months ago, so it was a time to support it in InvoicePrinter, a pure Ruby library for generating PDF invoices.
Who wouldn’t want a live preview for writing their great content? If you happen to be running Rails with Hotwire, it’s surprisingly easy with a small Stimulus controller.